Intel plans to release 11th generation Rocket Lake this year

Rocket Lake, which is known as Intel’s next-generation CPU, has been confirmed to have no plans to launch this year.

Intel’s Rocket Lake was originally scheduled for release in the second half of 2020 after the launch of the mobile processor Tiger Lake in mid-2020. However, the roadmap for Rocket Lake, which was known earlier, has changed.

The confirmed roadmap was released from the Intel Partner Meeting, and the rocket rake located in the second half of the 2020 roadmap disappeared, and the site was replaced by the 10th-generation Comet Lake and 400 series that had been released this time until the end of 2020.

Subsequently, in the X299 series, the Core X series based on the X299 chipset will continue its lineup until the end of 2020.