Intel is about to release the tenth-generation desktop-class Core processor, code-named Comet Lake-S, as a 14nm process and old architecture, but will add core and cache, open hyperthreading, increased frequency (and power consumption). Has been a variety of exposures, ten generationS Core will replace the new package interface LGA1200, and with the new 400 series of motherboards, including Z490, H470, B460, H410 and so on, Asus, Gtech, MSI, Asrock and other home models have also been exposed.
But for this LGA1200 interface, has been stuck in the rumors, until today only have iron evidence.
Youtube blogger Keith May recently received a new radiator, Arctic Freezer 7X, and found that in the box’s list of specifications, platform compatibility reads: Intel 1200, 115x, 775.
In this way, the ten generation Core exchange interface is no longer any suspense, and according to the recent exposure, Comet Lake-S after the next generation Rocket Lake-S will continue 14nm, and there is a new 600 series of motherboards, of course, the interface should not be changed, continue to use THE LGA1200.
Later, The Alder Lake-S will bring 10nm process for the Intel desktop platform for the first time, but will have to change the interface to become LGA1700, and the package style, size change, from the current square to rectangular, the core number will certainly increase significantly.