Intel calls time on Rocket Lake, the CPU generation that should never have happened

The Intel CPU architecture that was never meant to be has become the processor generation that no longer is. Intel has popped a proverbial cap into Rocket Lake (opens in new tab), otherwise known as its 11th Generation Core processors. They are, in their entirety, officially EOL’d or shifted to end-of-life status.

Unsurprisingly, the game is also up for Intel’s 400 and 500 series chipsets which support Rocket Lake CPUs. The supply of Rocket Lake CPUs won’t cease instantly. Final orders are now being taken and the remaining chips will work their way through the system. But Rocket Lake is officially on notice.

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