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Leak: Intel’s 10nm Alder Lake Desktop CPUs will come around Halloween this year

According to the latest leak from the leaker, Moore’s Law is Dead, Intel’s 10nm Alder Lake Desktop CPUs could be getting a launch during the Halloween season in October. The leaker also hinted at some new details regarding Microsoft’s support for Intel’s brand new hybrid architecture processors.

It is expected that team blue is expected to launch its 12th Generation Alder Lake Desktop CPUs based on the 10nm Enhanced SuperFin process node in October. Since it will be close to Halloween we expect the launch date to be around mid of October. The CPUs will also be accompanied by a brand new 600-series platform which comes with the LGA 1700 socket, DDR5 & PCIe 5.0 support.

Sources also indicate that Intel and Microsoft are working close to optimize Alder Lake CPU performance for an upcoming build of its Windows operating system. The new update is expected to come around the same time as the launch of Alder Lake chips. The first unveiling is expected on the 24th of June.

Following are some of the updates you should expect from Intel’s 2021 architecture lineup:

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Intel Golden Cove (Core) Architecture:

  • Improve Single-Threaded Performance (IPC)
  • Improve Artificial Intelligence (AI) Performance
  • Improve Network/5G Performance
  • Enhanced Security Features

Intel Gracemont (Atom) Architecture:

  • Improve Single-Threaded Performance (IPC)
  • Improve Frequency (Clock Speeds)
  • Improve Vector Performance

Following is the exact breakdown of the cache subsystem of Intel’s Alder Lake Desktop CPUs:

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Golden Cove Cores:

  • 32 KB (L1I) Per Core
  • 48 KB (L1D) Per Core
  • 1280 KB (L2) Per Core
  • 3072 KB (L3) Per Core

Gracemont Cores:

  • 64 KB (L1I) Per Core
  • 32 KB (L1D) Per Core
  • 2048 KB (L2) x 4 Cores
  • 3072 KB (L3) x 4 Cores



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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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