What is the news on Intel 500 Series Motherboards?
Intel 500 series motherboards will be revealed on January 11th. The exact day Intel has a press conference of CES 2021, as stated by a short article shared online through social media by a Chinese media source, WeChat.
Intel 500 Series Motherboards Specs
A source has suggested that the organization is likely to deliver three motherboards series, B560, H510, and Z590. Every one of the three chipsets will be formally declared and delivered by Intel around the same time, the source has claimed.
The 500 series motherboards are likely to be the last DDR4 memory motherboards developed by Intel. The series is likely to include an LGA1200 Socket viable with the 10th Gen Core Comet Lake-S series and the impending Intel 11th Gen Core Rocket Lake-S.
Intel Rocket Lake-S to launch at the end of February or early March:
As per a similar source, Intel has not yet confirmed a date for releasing the new Rocket Lake Series. Notwithstanding, the 11th Gen Core Series could be set in motion at either end of February or early March.
Previously rumors were floating that the line-up would be releasing with the new motherboards, but it is evident the release date is not fixed yet.
Intel’s decision to launch its new-generation, Intel 500 series motherboards before the new-CPUs is still not anticipated by the experts.
Particularly considering that the new series is to be Intel’s first completely proficient PCIe 4.0 series, as not every one of the 400-series was ready for hardware support for the new standard interface. The central features of the new chipset won’t be employed until Rocket Lake-S CPUs become obtainable.
Sources: Twitter, @harukaze5719, 17th December 2020.