Intel is expected to release the 11th generation Core processor, code-named Comet Lake-S, in April, while replacing the new LGA1200 interface, 400 series chipsets, including the W480 for single-way workstations, the enterprise-class Q470, the high-end Z490, the mainstream H470/B460, and the entry-level H410.
At present, the motherboard manufacturers are preparing new boards, before see as many as 29 asusas, including Z490 15, H470 5, B460 8, W480 1.
SiSoftware database recently appeared the German brand Medion B460, the specific model B460H6-EM, with 10 core 20 thread Core i9-10900, The base frequency of 2.8GHz, the three-stage cache 20MB, in line with previous exposure, the highest frequency is currently 4.9GHz.
In the embedded solution manufacturer Global American’s official website, there was also the appearance of Giga’s four B410 motherboards, the model is GA-IMB410N, GA-IMB410M, GA-IMB410TN, respectively, ITX, mATX, dwarf version of ITX, All marked with Comet Lake.
Well, these aren’t the points today, and most surprisingly, Global American has listed a “GA-IMB510″ from Giga,” apparently the H510 chipset, and the rocket-with-the-processor.
According to the roadmap and exposure, Rocket Lake is expected to be ranked in the 11th generation of the Core Family after Comet Lake, still using the 14nm process (!!!), with the core number retreating from 10 to 8, but is expected to upgrade the new CPU and GPU architecture.
Look at this, the Rocket Lake-S series will have a new 500 series of motherboards at the same time, just hope this time do not change the interface.