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11th Gen Rocket Lake Intel Core S-series desktop processors now official!

Intel launched its 11th Gen Rocket Lake Core S-series desktop processors globally. The highlight is the Core i9-11900K with speeds up to 5.3GHz.
Meet the 11th Gen Intel Core S-series processors

11th Intel Core processors launched with Intel Xe graphics

The new line of Intel Core processors is made with the new Cypress Cove architecture. The 11th Gen Intel Core S-series processors are designed to transform hardware and software efficiency and increase raw gaming performance.

The main flagship chip is the Intel Core i9-11900K with eight cores, 16 threads, 16MB of Intel Smart Cache. It reaches max speeds of 5.3GHz and memory speed supports of DDR4 3200MHz.

The new generation has up to 19 percent gen-over-gen IPC performance improvement, up to 50 percent better-integrated graphics performance with the Intel Xe graphics architecture, Intel Deep Learning Boost, and Vector Neural Network Instructions for accelerated AI inference. It also has enhanced overclocking tools and features for flexible overclocking and tuning performance and experience.

Gaming performance also improved through close collaboration with more than 200 of the top game developers. Intel brings a host of game, engine, middleware, and rendering optimizations to applications so they can take advantage of 11th Gen Intel® Core™ S-series processors to deliver exciting gaming experiences.

11th Gen Intel Core desktop processors also introduce new overclocking tools and features to provide a more flexible tuning to achieve high speeds for both productivity and gaming. This gen also includes real-time memory overclocking to change DDR frequencies in real-time.

The new 11th Gen Intel Core S-series delivers enhanced media experiences as well. From AAA gaming to high-definition streaming, experiences are improved with additional features including DDR4-3200 MHz support, 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes, Intel Quick Sync Video, enhanced media​ (10bit AV1/12bit high-efficiency video coding decode and end-to-end compression), enhanced display (Integrated HDMI 2.0, HBR3), and discrete Thunderbolt 4 and Intel WiFi 6E support.

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