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Basic info about the Intel Rocket Lake core

Every Intel graphics card is built on a core, in this case Rocket Lake. To know at least a bit of context, we offer you some technical information about this core. His abilities will certainly tell the year of release (2021) and the production process (14 nm). Here, of course, the latest kernel has the current release year and is manufactured with as little manufacturing process as possible. For gamers, it is still very important to support the highest version of DirectX and OpenGl.
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Basic info about the Intel Rocket Lake core

    The Intel Rocket Lake core, known as RKL for short, was introduced in 2021 as the 11 generation. Offers advanced 14 nm manufacturing process, DirectX 12.0 and OpenGl 4.6 support.


    Rocket Lake is Intel's codename for its 11th generation Core microprocessors. Released on March 30, 2021, it is based on the new Cypress Cove microarchitecture, a variant of Sunny Cove (used by Intel's Ice Lake mobile processors) backported to Intel's 14 nm process node. Rocket Lake cores contain significantly more transistors than current Skylake-derived Comet Lake cores.

    Rocket Lake features the same LGA 1200 socket and 400-series chipset compatibility as Comet Lake, except H410 and B460 chipsets. It is accompanied by new 500-series chipsets as well. Rocket Lake has up to eight cores, down from 10 cores for Comet Lake. It features Intel Xe graphics, and PCIe 4.0 support. Only a single M.2 drive is supported in PCI-E 4.0 mode, all the rest are wired via PCI-E 3.0.

    Intel officially launched the Rocket Lake desktop family on March 16, 2021 with sales commencing on March 30. The 11th generation Core i3, as well as Rocket Lake-based Pentium Gold and Celeron CPUs were not included along with the higher-end models; instead, Intel launched refreshed models for Comet Lake Core i3 and Pentium Gold CPUs. These processors have the same characteristics as their original parts, albeit with a 100MHz higher frequency and the last digit of their model numbers changing from zero to five.




    Below you will find links to the appropriate drivers for the Rocket Lake core.


Intel Graphics card name PCI ID device Core Download drivers
Intel UHD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C80 Rocket Lake
Intel UHD Graphics PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C8C Rocket Lake
Intel UHD Graphics 730 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C8B Rocket Lake
Intel UHD Graphics 750 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C8A Rocket Lake
Intel UHD Graphics P750 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C90 Rocket Lake
Intel UHD Graphics P750 PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_4C9A Rocket Lake

Latest Windows 10 64bit drivers

Version Date DNL
30.0.100.9894 BETA 2021-09-09 127×
30.0.100.9864 2021-08-30 257×
30.0.100.9862 BETA 2021-08-19 155×
30.0.100.9837 2021-08-13
30.0.100.9833 2021-08-03 41×

Latest Intel PDF datasheets

PDF Datasheet Date DNL
30.0.100.9667 2021-06-09
27.20.100.9616 2021-05-26
27.20.100.9466 2021-04-15
27.20.100.9316 2021-03-02
27.20.100.9313 2021-02-16

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