It looks like the leading Intel Alder Lake-S units in the 8 + 8 configuration will hit the market already in week 35 of this year. The model in the configuration 6 + 0 is to make its debut in week 41, i.e. a bit later.
Intel Alder Lake – new information on the construction of Alder Lake-S, Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-M processors
A photo from a closed conference, which was organized for Intel partners or distributors, has just been released to the network. The photo shows the publishing plan of processors for this year. Note that the slide does not specifically refer to the consumer Intel Core series, but rather to Alder Lake-S chips in general, which also include workstation models. We see a mention of the W680 chipset, which confirms the show's emphasis on this very category of processors. The most important information, however, is that the leading units in the 8 + 8 configuration (large and small cores) will hit the market already in week 35 of this year. Interestingly, the model in the 6 + 0 configuration (without small cores) is to make its debut in week 41, a bit later.
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The slide confirms that the Intel Alder Lake-S series will include TDP 125, 65 and 35 W chips with 20 PCIe lanes, and the platform itself will be equipped with the LGA 1700 socket. So are the upcoming Intel processors to debut earlier than we thought? Well, we have to take into account that the date of the conference where the above photograph was taken is unknown. It is also puzzling that the Intel Rocket Lake series, according to the schedule, was to debut in 2020. So you have to approach these revelations with a distance.
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