Intel is expected to warm up its Rocket Lake 11-generation desktop Core processor at CES 2021 next week, but it won’t be available until March, with next-generation motherboards like the Z590 and B560 coming first.
11 generations of desktop Core models, specifications, run scores and so on have seen a lot, and now there is a limit overclock, blatant close to 7GHz.
A quick look at the CPU-Z screen shot shows AVX512F and SHA instruction sets, 8×48KB data cache level 1, and 8×512 data cache level 2. These are typical Rocket Lake features.
The most probable is a flagship I9-11900K with a base frequency of around 3.5GHz and a maximum acceleration of 5.3GHz.
Under the liquid nitrogen, the U reaches an astonishing 6923MHz, with 113.5MHz of external frequency and 61x of octave frequency. It looks like this generation of external frequency will also be more open.
At the same time, the memory frequency is up to 6666.66MHz, but the voltage is also up to 1.83V, timing 19-26-26-46.