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11th Generation Intel Processors Coming Soon! What new features will it bring?
Hi everyone, I'm Xiao Jiang. Tomorrow, 11th generation Intel 14nm processor will be officially unveiled, and today Xiaojiang will briefly introduce model, parameters, reference price and new features of next 11th generation processor here, hoping to help you make it easier. needs.
First of all, let's take a look at models and estimated prices of this generation of desktops (reference prices are for i7/i9 only):
All 11th generation i7 and i9 processors are designed using 8C16T, and noble i9's specs are also downgraded to those of i7. In addition, it has not yet been officially released and price has increased slightly.
The above four models are only 11th gen models with an increased price tag, and rest of i3, i5, etc. are kept at same 10th gen "original price".New Features
1. As for new features of this generation, at present, only i9 supports TVB Turbo, which can continue to increase operating frequency based on Turbo 3.0 at not very high temperatures, and single-core and multi-core are core improvements. Both 0.1GHz (ummmmm perception is not strong? ).
2. Then PCI-E channel of the 11th generation platform supports up to 44 channels respectively from:
The 11th generation processor itself can provide 20 PCI-E 4.0 lanes (16 direct-attached independent displays + 4 direct-attached M.2/8 for independent display, and remaining 12 3 direct-attached M.2), chipsets The highest-end Z490/Z590 and other chipsets can provide 24 PCI-E 3.0 lanes, so a total of (maximum) 44 lanes.
3. New XMP memory function, only i9-11900K and KF support XMP3200MHz in Gear 1 mode, other models work in Gear 1 mode 2933MHz, in Gear 2 mode 3200MHz.
4. In addition, there is a brand new 11th generation main display that you may be looking forward to - UHD750, this design has 32 EU execution units, based on Gen12 design (Xe architecture), performance is greatly improved, stronger than UHD630 is about 50 %, no problem with nuclear display lol and stuff like that. Of course, this is only available on relatively high-end models like i5-11400 or 11400T, which have a display with a slightly lower UHD730 core built into it.new opportunities
Due to strong growth of Ryzen 5000 series, Intel, which was supposed to be "strongest gaming processor", was taken off altar, so this time it can be said that 11th generation Intel processor has focused all its efforts. its strength is how to improve game performance.
With support of Intel, new generation of processors achieved nearly 19% IPC improvement, nearly 50% improvement in main display performance, more intelligent deep learning capabilities, and faster graphics card encoding and decoding performance. Support for Resizable BAR feature of new RTX30 series graphics cards, etc. is a hallmark of this new generation of processors.
The new 500 series chipset on motherboard added new features. For example, B560M has finally opened memory overclocking, and you can choose a powerful WIFI 6E network card (if you want to know more, you can find WIFI 6E on Baidu, and also need router support. Currently, it seems to be can only make a router from ASUS, but price is affordable), and you can choose Thunderbolt 4 expansion interfaces, more popular 2.5Gb network cards, and more extensive reserved USB 3.2 Gen2*2 interfaces.
In terms of gaming, compared to the 5900X of its competitors, it has made significant improvements in some games.power consumption
Because official BIOS version has not yet been released, tested BIOS version is still not perfect, and actual power consumption depends on list.
Take i9-11900F as an example. In fried chicken mode supported by AVX512, power consumption at full load is about 180W. However, if AVX512 is fully enabled, power consumption of copier will be higher, but it is very surprising that temperature does not differ much from same level of previous generation, which may benefit from a larger core area. this generation to accelerate heat dissipation. However, disadvantage of high power consumption is still a problem. Finally one day AMD can say that Intel's power consumption is high.