11th Generation Intel Core CPUs use the new Intel 300 Series Chipset.

The Intel 300 Series Chipset introduces support for Intel Optane memory, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 3.0, and Intel Smart Sound Technology with quad core audio.

11th Generation Intel Core CPUs feature increased multi-core performance over previous generation CPUs.

11th Generation Intel Core CPUs feature support for a new socket type called LGA 1151 (v2). This is a new socket type that doesn’t require a BIOS upgrade to use.

You can use 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs with an LGA 1151 (v1) motherboard without a BIOS upgrade.

11th Generation Intel Core CPUs support all features and technologies introduced with 10th Generation Intel Core CPUs and 9th Generation Intel Core CPUs. These include: Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 3.0, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT-x), and AES New Instructions (Intel AVX).

What’s New with 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs (Striking Features)

The 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs are designed to deliver outstanding performance while delivering high levels of platform security. The new 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs include support for: Intel Optane memory, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 3.0, and Intel Smart Sound Technology with quad core audio. 

They feature increased multi-core performance over previous generation CPUs. They also feature support for a new socket type called LGA 1151 (v2). This is a new socket type that doesn’t require a BIOS upgrade to use. 

You can use 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs with an LGA 1151 (v1) motherboard without a BIOS upgrade. They support all features and technologies introduced with 10th Generation Intel Core CPUs and 9th Generation Intel Core CPUs. These include: Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, Intel Turbo Boost Technology 3.0, Intel Hyper-Threading Technology, Intel Virtualization Technology (Intel VT-x), and AES New Instructions (Intel AVX).

Advantages of 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs:

1. Support for USB 3.1 Gen 2 (10 Gbps): 

USB 3.0 is speedier than USB 2.0. The main advantage of USB 3.1 is that it’s backward-compatible with other USB devices.

2. Support for Thunderbolt 3: 

Thunderbolt 3 is a new standard that supports data transfer up to 40 Gbps.

3. Support for Intel Optane memory: 

Intel Optane memory is a new storage technology using 3D XPoint memory media to increase data read/write speeds and system responsiveness for a new class of memory products.

4. Support for DP 1.4: 

With DP 1.4 (DisplayPort 1.4), you can now drive 4K monitors at 60 Hz, or 5K monitors at 60 Hz with two cables, or one 5K monitor at 60 Hz with a single cable.

5. Support for AVC (H.265) 4K: 

With AVC (H.265), you can now drive 4K monitors at 60 Hz at 10 bit color depth, while consuming less power.

6. Support for HEVC (H.265) 4K: 

With HEVC (H.265), you can now drive 4K monitors at 60 Hz at 10 bit color depth, while consuming less power.

7. Support for VP9 10-bit decode and encode: 

VP9 supports 10-bit color depth, while consuming less power than other video codecs.

8. Support for four displays: 

With the integrated graphics of the 11th Generation Intel Core CPUs, you can drive up to four displays.



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