CES is one of the world's biggest annual consumer electronics shows. This year, as a result of the pandemic it was an all-digital show with companies sharing their latest innovations online.
Amongst the products announced were Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake Core I9-11900K, Z590 Motherboards and Nvidia’s 3060 Graphics Card. AMD also announced 5000 series mobile CPU’s and hinted that AMD RDNA2 mainstream Graphics cards are due to release in the first half of 2021.
Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake Core I9-11900K
8 cores 16 threads 5.3Ghz single coore boost and 4.8GHz all core. Offering up to 19 percent higher instructions per cycle (IPS) and faster memory support than current gen. The Core i9-11900K will support up to DDR4-3200 and have a total of 20 PCIe 4.0 lanes.
Z590 Motherboards with PCIe Gen4 support
The new Z590 chipset is Intel's flagship, designed for Rocket Lake, but offering backward compatibility with Comet Lake processors.
Nvidia RTX 3060
The Nvidia RTX 3060 is set to release late February. It should provide twice the raster performance and 10x the ray tracing performance of the extremely popular GeForce GTX 1060.