We all know that Intel will release its 11th Generation processors hence rumors regarding their specs are also making rounds. As per the rumored spec sheet for various 11th Gen Processors, sourced by Harukaze5719, the 11th Generation Intel Core i9-11900K will feature a boost clock of up to 5.30Ghz.
The Spec sheet also suggests that both the Core i9-11900K and the Core i7-11700K (i7-10700K successor) will feature 8-core/16-thread parts while the different clock-speeds will be the only difference between the two. Moreover, the Intel Core i9-11900K will feature a single-core boost frequency of up to 5.30 GHz, and an all-core boost frequency of up to 4.80 GHz while the Core i7-11700K will feature a single-core boost frequency of up to 5.00Ghz and an all-core boost frequency of up to 4.60Ghz.
As far as the 11th Gen Core i5 processors are concerned. Both the Core i5-11600K and i5-11400 will feature 6-cores and 12-threads with no support for TVB. It is also reported that Intel will unlock the Core i5-11600K while the i5-11400 will be locked. As for the clock speeds, i5-11600K will feature a single-core boost speed of up to 4.90 GHz single-core, and an all-core boost speed of up to 4.70 GHz all-core. On the other hand, i5-11400 will feature a single-core boost speed of up to 4.20 GHz while the all-core boost speed will be at 4.40 GHz.
The reason behind these speeds is the use of “Cypress Cove” CPU cores which as per Intel’s claim will provide an improved dual-channel DDR4 memory controller with native support for DDR4-3200, a PCI-Express Gen 4 root-complex, and a Gen12 Xe-LP iGPU. It will also feature VNNI and DLBoost, which accelerate AI DNN along with limited AVX-512 instructions.
The 11th Gen core processors will also feature a CPU-attached M.2 NVMe slot. It is expected that Intel will launch its first “Rocket Lake-S” processors before Q2-2021.