From a report in an online magazine Wccftech It shows that future CPU generation will see the light of day on November 19th. Z690 mainboards based on the LGA1700 socket will also be available on the same date. The presentation will take place at Intel’s innovation event on October 27th and 28th.
The manufacturer is permitted to provide all details about the chips. Intel Alder Lake has already announced that processors have a hybrid architecture and powerful performance and energy saving performance cores. This system is supported by Windows 11, so it is compatible with the twelfth Intel Core generation Redmond operating system and should provide performance boost here.
The new Z690 motherboards will support the K models and all other chips from Intel’s twelfth generation. In addition, the site brings support for extended functionality for overclocking DDR5, PCIe Gen 5.0 and beyond.
A few days ago Leaker “Momomo_use” had a list of all the new Alder Lake CPUs Published (Via Video Cards) Accordingly, the twelfth Intel Core generation consists of three K, F and KF models and four processors without additional characters. As has long been known, the Core i9-12900K was the primary with 16 cores. The four-core i3-12100 serves as the entry-level model.
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