As part of the CES show, Intel unveiled the 12th generation of processors, codenamed Alder Lake. Like the Lakefield generation, the new hybrid chips will use high-performance and high-efficiency cores in one pack. According to Intel, unlike the Lakefield generation, which focused on mobile devices, Alder Lake will help inform future desktop and mobile processors.
At the same time, the first products should appear in the second half of the year. Alder Lake generation will receive new, improved versions of 10nm SuperFin chips, which can already be found in processors of the 11th generation Tiger Lake, with a combination of new powerful Golden Lake cores and new Gracemont cores to improve efficiency.
As The Verge notes, Intel‘s new hybrid processors scale far beyond simple mobile devices. At the same time, Apple’s M1 processors, introduced in November, were the closest competitive new generation.
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