Intel is about to launch its 11th-generation Core processor, starting with a 10nm Tiger Lake-U/Y for a thin book, and then 14nm Rocket Lake-S for the desktop, and 14nm Rocket Lake-H for the game book. Now it has been discovered that on MSI’s Russian website, a Configuration Manual for a B915 brand machine has confirmed that the existing H410 entry-level motherboard can support the future Rocket-Lake-S.
However, thermal design power consumption is limited to 65W, while higher-spec natural lying requires the support of the B460, H470, and Z490.
The released Comet Lake-S 10 generation desktop Core has replaced the new interface LGA1200 and requires a new 400 Series motherboard to support it, while the next Rocket Lake-S will remain the interface, and the 400 Series board swill will naturally be supported by the upgrade OF the BIOS.
Especially for Z490 high-end motherboard users, with 11 generations of Core can also turn on PCIe 4.0, but may not be the left and right brand of the board can do, at present only MSI in the promotion of its Z490 motherboard has been ready to support PCIe 4.0.
As for whether the H470 and B460 will have a future chance with 11 generations of Core-enabled PCIe 4.0, it is not clear that the probability may not be very high.
It is also said that the 11th generation Of Core released at the same time there will be a new 500 series of motherboards, but the specific changes are not known, may be to fully support PCIe 4.0?
Of course, the future Alder Lake 12 generation, and will have to replace the LGA 1700 interface, the motherboard will have to be replaced again.