According to official synobs, Intel will release the 10nm Tiger Lake (part of the 11th generation Core) in advance by the middle of this year, with an enhanced version of the process, a new architecture for the Willow Cove CPU, a new Xe GPU architecture, and a significantly enhanced AI, but only for low-power, lightweight mobile platforms.
On the desktop, the tenth-generation Core, code-named Comet Lake-S, has just been released, still 14nm process and old architecture, up to 10 cores, while the next generation codenamed Rocket Lake-S, the process is still 14nm, but will be upgraded to the same CPU/architecture GPU as Tiger Lake, which had previously been said to be released early next year or even the end of the year.
Today, the Internet uploaded a intel conference announced the product roadmap, presumably to let everyone down, there is no new products.
The current Tenth Core X will last until at least the end of the year in the X-Series Fever sequence, and the 18 Core 36 thread’s i9-10980XE is still the top Intel processor available in the near future.
Rocket Lake will not be released at least this year in the S-S series, and as soon as early next year’s CES 2021, Comet Lake-S Generation Core will be the main player in the second half.
Comet Lake-H Ten Core is also the only presence in the H-Series game book sequence this year, after all, it was released in early April and has a long life cycle, while the next generation of games is said to be 14nm.