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The first evidence of boards for Rocket Lake may have arisen in a recent leak

Intel Rocket Lake-S allegedly has a motherboard in the works. (Source: Intel)
Intel Rocket Lake-S allegedly has a motherboard in the works. (Source: Intel)
Comet Lake is the code-name for a possibly imminent series of upcoming Intel CPUs. Accord to some leaks, they will then be followed by Rocket Lake. A leaker claims to have uncovered a reference to a new ATX motherboard that may pertain to some of these chipsets.
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The leaker momomo claims to have discovered fresh info on motherboards with as-yet unreleased Intel chipsets. Most of them are apparently compatible with Comet Lake-S, although 1 is described as having been made for the eventual successor to this series.

This Rocket Lake-S-based board is apparently of the micro-ATX form factor. The entire group of new boards was apparently briefly listed by Global American, a component manufacturer. The tipster momomo did have time to grab some information on these putative new boards, their model numbers included: for example the "new micro-ATX" may be known as the GA-IMB510.

These numbers may in turn refer to code-names for the architectures in question. Accordingly, Rocket Lake-S may correspond to Intel H510, whereas Comet Lake-S may be H410. Should momomo's information prove correct, those chipsets may have mini-ITX, thin mini-ITX and micro-ITX options.

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Deirdre O Donnell, 2020-01-25 (Update: 2020-01-25)
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