Intel Launches Gaming Centric 11th Generation Desktop Processor

Intel Processors

Intel has launched 11th Generation desktop processors code-named Rocket Lake-S. The new chipsets fall under Intel Core S series and is designed for gaming enthusiasts. The company sources revealed that the 11th Generation processors will bring a new user experience for gamers and tech enthusiasts. Moreover, the new processors are designed to transform hardware and software efficiency in addition to increasing raw gaming performance. The new processor will provide support for fast memory speeds via DDR4-3200, which will enhance gameplay and multitasking.

Commenting on the development, Intel added that the company continues to push desktop gaming performance to the limits with the new 11th Generation desktop processors. The processor delivers the most amazing immersive experience. The chipsets provide support for integrated graphics, Intel Deep Learning Boost, and Vector Neural Network Instructions. These new technologies will accelerate the Artificial Intelligence capabilities of the devices.

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The features included with the new Intel 11th Generation processors enable easy overclocking including the ability to achieve enhanced speeds and superior game performance. The chipsets deliver rich media experiences right from AAA gaming to HD streaming. The new processors also provide support for 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes, Intel Quick Sync Video, Enhanced display, HDMI 2.0, HBR3, discrete Thunderbolt 4, and Intel Wi-Fi 6E.

Intel has been releasing new processors for desktops and laptops on a yearly basis. However, you can expect new devices with the latest processors only after sometime. The main reason wis attributed to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. If the situation improves, then you can expect new desktops by branded companies. Moreover, local shops will also assemble desktop PCs by following all COVID-19 protocols.

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