Remaining specs for the Intel Core i9-11900K, the flagship of Intel’s Eleventh-gen Core Rocket Lake collection, have allegedly surfaced on-line.
This newest leak comes courtesy of Videocardz, which claims to have obtained the “remaining” specs of Intel’s 1th-gen Core-Ok collection through an inside MSI presentation.
The Core 19-11900K is anticipated to be the flagship CPU within the collection, and in accordance with this leak, it can characteristic 8-cores, 16-threads and a most enhance clock of 5.2GHz.
Whereas that’s the identical as final 12 months’s Intel Core i9-10900K, a latest leak confirmed Rocket Lake chip making spectacular positive aspects over the Comet Lake flagship. In single-core assessments, the 11900K outperformed its predecessor by a whopping 35%.
The desktop CPU will reportedly additionally characteristic Thermal Velocity Enhance, which ought to supply a 100Mhz enhance to the max clock frequency.
The alleged MSI leak additionally particulars the so-called Intel Core i7-11700K, one other 8-core, 16-thread Rocket Lake half. Though it options the identical core configuration because the I9-11900K, it provides lowered clock speeds, with a base clock of three.6GHz and a lift clock of 4.9GHz.
Nonetheless, this CPU additionally helps Thermal Velocity Enhance, so you possibly can count on clocks of as much as 5GHz.
On the low-end of the Core Ok-series lineup is the Intel Core i5-11600K, a Rocket Lake desktop CPU with 6 cores and 12 threads. Based on the leak, the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X competitor will characteristic base and enhance clock speeds of three.9GHz and 4.9GHz, respectively. In contrast to its siblings, nonetheless, the chip doesn’t assist Intel’s Thermal Velocity Enhance expertise.
All three chips all characteristic characteristic a 125W TDP and DDR4-3200 reminiscence assist, in accordance with the leak. It additionally reveals that the Core i9-11900K and 11700K will each boast 16MB of L3 cache, whereas the lower-end i5-11600K will characteristic a lesser 12MB.
Whereas this leak allegedly offers us a glimpse at remaining specs for Intel’s unlocked Rocket Lake desktop CPUs, we gained’t know for positive till the chips are launched later this 12 months. Based on rumours, Intel could be planning a March release.