Change the slot! Intel’s next-generation processor, AlderLake-S, has been exposed to 500 more pins

Twitter blogger @KOMACHI_ENSAKA tweeted that Intel’s new processor, AlderLake-S, has been confirmed as the LGA1700. In February this year, there were bloggers talking about the LGA1700, which is said to skip the first generation of 10nm and adopt the second generation of 10nm plus process, adding a lot of pins (the upcoming 10th generation Core for LGA1200), meaning there may be more functionality and greater bandwidth, perhaps to support DDR5 memory and PCIe 4.0?

Change the slot! Intel's next-generation processor, AlderLake-S, has been exposed to 500 more pins

In addition, the package area will also increase, may take the opportunity to replace the core package mode against the AMD Ryzen multi-core.

Intel’s current state can be said to be “weight-bearing forward”, in the context of the environment is not good to seek a breakthrough to regain the market, it feels like seeing a few years ago The rheon just started AMD.