The entire Rocket Lake series has not even been fully launched, there are also some and beautiful 12th generation coming to laptops, Adler Lake in the M and U series.
The Adler Lake CPUs for laptops leaked
Adler Lake benefits from Intel's attempts to catch up with ARM, and especially Apple Silicon, which the company has launched a PR offensive against.
The company now designs big.LITTLE CPUs, the principle of power-efficient and fast cores, and has called it Hydrid Technolgy.
Here are all the Adler Lake laptop CPUs:
Gets up to eight quick cores
As mentioned, these are divided into the U- and M-series where the M-series is more power-efficient and therefore has lower performance than the U-series. In addition, there are five levels per the U and M CPUs.
For example, the M5 will run with a fast core and four smaller ones, while the U9 will have two powerful cores and up to eight small ones.
Adler Lake-S gets the roughest
These are the roughest pieces with a TDP from 45 to 55 w. Here we are talking up to eight quick cores and eight smaller ones. Each of the three products in the Lake-S series supports powerful video cards, such as the RTX series.
Of course, there are desktop versions of these with similar layouts as on laptops with H45 and H55.
The CPUs are expected in the second half of this year and will be produced with 10 nm Enhanced SuperFin (in July it was announced that Intel had to delay 7 nm) and will be launched on the new LGA 1700 socket with DDR5 support.