Intel’s Rocket Lake processors – the next-gen CPUs due to emerge early in 2021 – will offer a much stronger performance in gaming than current Comet Lake chips, with all-core overclocks running to 5GHz, and boost speeds potentially hitting up to 5.5GHz, according to fresh rumors.
That’s according to leaker ITCooker (via Wccftech), who spilled fresh details on Rocket Lake CPUs (after previously posting an image of a setup running a sample chip from Intel’s incoming 11th-gen range).
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