New details are coming around the processors Intel Meteor Lake (Intel Core 14th Gen), although this time tied to portable platforms H, P and U. The most interesting thing is that the platforms Meteor Lake-H Yes Meteor Lake-P will suggest configurations up to 14 cores.
The most powerful option will offer a configuration of 6 high performance cores (Redwood Cove/P-Core) next to 8 cores with low power consumption (Crestmont / E-Core).
In the case of the low-power platform, Meteor Lake-Uwe are talking about a maximum configuration of 12 heartswhich could be limited to 4x high performance cores as well as 8x low power consumption.
The three platforms would have a little surprise dubbed for now “LP E-Cores”that’s to say, more CPU coresbut these still have lower power consumption which could work in very undemanding cases, such as when the equipment It is on standby.
In addition, each of these processors will be accompanied by graphics Intel Xe HPG “Battlemage” (Intel Xe2) with up to 128 execution units, access to SODIMM memory configurations DDR5@5600MHz (up to 96 GB capacity) and LPDDR5@7400MHz / LPDDR5X@7467MHz (up to 64GB), WiFi 6E + Bluetooth 5.3 + 5G (optional) connectivity via M.2 module, PCI-Express 5.0 interface (SSD could be limited to PCIe 4.0), AV1 decoder, and enable output video in the form of HDMI 2.1 and eDP 1.4b.
Keep in mind that the Intel Meteor Lake family of processors is expected to debut sometime in the second half of 2023. Despite this, a lot of information is coming out, and it’s not for nothing, since Intel is going to offer great new features in all areas: new duplicate architecture, new packaging, new manufacturing process, and new card. integrated graphics.
via: Igor’s Lab