Scheduled for its debut in October, the Intel Alder Lake family stands out for adopting a hybrid architecture, with different cores on the same chip, including high-end P-Colours performance and low-power E-Colours. However, rumors indicate that some of the models of 11th generation can follow the old pattern, using only P-Colours.
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In a full test released this weekend by the user
Enthusiastic Citizen at the Chinese forum Bilibili, responsible for some of the already proven leaks of the Alder Lake family, the first example of one of these traditional architecture models was leaked, showing good performance despite the absence of E-Colors.
Core i5 11400 outperforms the competition in first tests
The leak shows a lot of information from Core i5 11400, one of the supposedly most accessible solutions of 10th generation Alder Lake, and it seems, the tested chip is already a Retail Sample, final version that will reach consumers.
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