Intel Alder Lake processors will be presented in October

Intel has ambitious plans to reclaim its lost ground in the PC processor market. For five consecutive quarters, AMD expanded its influence at the expense of a competitor. This poses a challenge for Intel, which is struggling to move to 7nm and 10nm architectures.

The Alder Lake series is eagerly awaited by many users. The first chips with this brand were supposed to be presented, but due to the lack of components, the premiere was postponed. The 12th generation architecture is very important to Intel, which is working hard to improve CPU performance.

According to the latest data, the Alder Lake series will go on sale in the fourth quarter. We have to point out that then we will see some processors from the new lineup and the rest will officially debut in 2022.

The first representatives of the line will be included in the Core K and Core KF lines. Intel will also unveil the Z690 motherboard before the end of the year. Most likely, the company will use CES 2022 in January to premiere other processors based on the Alder Lake platform.

After that, the H670, B660 and B610 chipsets will hit the market. One of the first processors in this series will be the Core i9-12900K, which will likely ship in December. Specifications include 16 cores and 24 threads with a maximum operating frequency of up to 5.3 GHz.

In conclusion, we note that Intel has not officially confirmed the date of a large-scale event for the premiere of Alder Lake processors.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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