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Intel at CES: Alder Lake looks a lot like M1, plus new chips for gaming laptops

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The Consumer Electronics Show this week was never going to be where Intel would venture into extreme detail on major new 12th-generation CPUs, but nonetheless, the company hosted a press conference this morning that laid out a few new evolutions of the 11th-gen CPUs it has already been shipping, plus an early look at what to expect from the 12th-generation Alder Lake.Using an improved version of the 10nm SuperFin process, Alder Lake will take on Apple's ARM instruction set-based M1 chip and its ilk with a somewhat similar architecture. But as noted above, there were a few evolutionary steps for 11th-gen CPUs. Coming toward the end of Q1 2020, the 14nm Rocket Lake-S with Cypress Cove cores promises some performance boosts like a 50 percent improvement in integrated graphics performance and 19 percent faster instructions per cycle.The full lineup hasn't been announced yet, but Intel did preview some specs for the upcoming Core i9-11900K: eight cores at up to 5.3/4.8 GHz, 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes, and support for 3200MHz DDR4 RAM.

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