Intel 12th-generation Alder Lake processor information is exposed in advance
Intel is committed to developing new processors and providing consumers and businesses with better computing performance.
Now videocardz has obtained Intel’s internal presentation on the new series of processors Alder Lake, this presentation document reveals a lot of information.
For example, Intel 12th Gen Core single-core performance increased by 20%, support DDR5-4800 memory, Thunderbolt 4 and Intel Optane H20, and so on.
Intel 12th-generation Alder Lake series processors are still based on the 10-nanometer SuperFin process and are supported by Intel’s Golden Cove core architecture.
According to Intel’s statement, the single-core performance of the new series of processors can be increased by 20%. This may be due to the number of cores attached to the processor.
The processor will also support a technology called hardware-guided scheduling (HGS), which can be used in conjunction with the scheduler included with the Windows 10 system to improve performance.
With the help of this technology, the system can allocate tasks to different cores and threads more intelligently to improve execution efficiency, but the specific effect is still unclear for the time being.
This series of processors continue to be backward compatible with DDR4 and PCIe 4.0, but also supports DDR5-4800MT/S and PCIe 5.0, and USB 20Gbps.