Surprise! Intel has unexpectedly released some interesting facts for Raptor Lake Tech Day! Field reporter Manu stayed in Israel and recorded it all for you. Also surprising is that Robert Hallock left AMD after 12 years. The B650/B650E motherboards go on sale right after the start of Ryzen 7000 sales and in the rumor mill we serve you new technical data on Lovelace today!
Raptor Lake at 6 GHz is up to 41 percent faster than Alder Lake
Without any embargo, Intel showed a slide at Tech Day in Tel Aviv, Israel, claiming that Raptor Lake is capable of running at 6GHz on default settings. Also that a model of the next generation CPU set a world record for overclocking at 8 GHz – but with liquid nitrogen. Intel also announced the first performance predictions for single and multi-threaded performance.
Robert Hallock is leaving AMD after 12 years
Besides CEO Lisa Su, Robert Hallock was probably AMD’s best-known manager. The previous technical marketing director has now left the company. On his profile on the business network LinkedIn, Robert Hallock announced that he left AMD after more than 12 years to “explore new opportunities and experiences”. Accordingly, the previous technical marketing director apparently left the company last Friday, but only announced this on Monday with his contribution.
AMD and key partners will showcase the B650/B650E in early October
The stage for Ryzen 7000 is set: On 27.9. the sale of the first four CPUs begins, at the same time the motherboards are a little more expensive and the X670 and X670E go on sale. In October, AMD and its partners followed with the B650. The corresponding motherboards are cheaper and therefore more likely to appeal to buyers Ryzen 5 7600X and perhaps Ryzen 7 7700X.
New Lovelace feature leaked
New specifications for the Geforce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 have been leaked, which also affects the position of the Geforce RTX 4070. We are talking about last minute changes to the record. The rumor mill has already clearly described a lot about the Geforce RTX 4090 and RTX 4080. But now there are some new data that were not discussed before.