Intel has already confirmed that codenamed Meteor Lake processors are due to be released in the next few months, but the company is naturally keeping all details about its upcoming lineup secret.But new slides leaked Moore’s Law is dead We reveal some features surrounding this new product family, such as core count and thermal design capabilities. The information is provisional and should be used with caution.
Intel’s next-generation mobile CPU lineup consists of multiple Meteor Lake based models belonging to the entry-level, mid-range and high-end segments, with TDPs ranging from 7W to 45W and core counts varying from 5 to 14 cores. Intel’s top-of-the-line CPU with up to 24 cores for gaming systems and mobile workstations will continue to use Raptor Lake silicon with Raptor Cove and Gracement cores, and his Xe-LP graphics in an S-BGA package. It is reported.
Intel’s next-generation mobile CPU lineup is roughly as follows:
|3Xe – 4Xe
|6 to 10
|3Xe – 4Xe
|6 to 12
|3Xe – 8Xe
|7Xe – 8Xe
Intel’s Meteor Lake system-in-package consists of four tiles. The first is a compute tile powered by high-performance Redwood Cove and energy-efficient Crestmont CPU cores and built using the Intel 4 manufacturing process. Graphics tiles based on the Xe-LPG architecture will likely be produced using TSMC’s N3 or N5 nodes. SoC tiles. and I/O tiles. Tiles are interconnected using Intel’s Foveros 3D technology.
Arrangements like this give Intel a lot of flexibility when it comes to configuring Meteor Lake processors. The 7W and 15W CPUs seem to use smaller compute tiles with up to 2P and 8E cores while the 15W, 28W and 45W models seem to rely on larger tiles with up to 6P and 8E cores. As for graphics style, Intel will probably have two chiplets. One with up to 4 Xe clusters and the other with up to 8 Xe clusters. Intel will be able to mix and match chiplets depending on the exact SKU.
One thing to remember about the leaked slides for ‘Moore’s Law is Dead’ is that it is said to be a preliminary version, so a lot could change before the official release. It means that there is sexuality. The upcoming CPU models will be marked as Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, and Core i9. On the other hand, this slide is old as Intel officially confirmed his plans to switch Meteor Lake branding to Core Ultra in early May.
Please take this information with a grain of salt, as we are dealing with an unofficial source.