Leaked Intel Meteor Lake Mobile Processor Highlights

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The Intel Meteor Lake family of processors is supposed to succeed the 13th Gen Raptor Lake chips themselves after the current 12th Gen Alder Lake processors. Its launch is scheduled for next year (2023), but we already have some details on the Meteor Lake U, P and H mobile processors following a leak.

Just like most Alder Lake processors, Meteor Lake will be hybrid processors with power and energy efficient cores, but they will also feature new LP E cores which should mean “low power efficiency” cores to further reduce the energy consumption. while a laptop or mini PC is in sleep mode.

Meteor Lake Mobile Processor Highlights:

  • CPU
    • Architecture P cores + E cores + LP-E cores
    • U-series with up to 12 cores
    • P and H series up to 14 cores; Up to 6+8 configuration with up to 24MB LLC/core (note that the LP-E cores do not appear to be part of the main processor and may instead act as a co-processor)
    • Intel Thread Director Optimized Scheduling
  • GPU – Intel Xe LPG graphics with up to 128 execution units; 4x encoding mode
  • VPU – Low Power AV1 Encoding
  • AI Accelerator – GNA 3.5 (Gaussian & Neural Accelerator) for power optimized AI acceleration
  • Memory – LPDDR5/5x-7400 up to 64 GB, DDR5-5600 up to 96 GB,
  • Storage – Intel Hybrid Optane/NAND M.2, 2x SATA III
  • Display – HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort, eDP 1.4b
  • ISP – IPU6EP 27MP with 4Kp60 HDR support, up to 4 simultaneous cameras; MIPI-CSI interface
  • Audio – Core DSP with 15% more performance
  • Networking
  • USB/Thunderbolt – Up to 4x Thunderbolt 4 interfaces, 2x USB 3.0, 10x USB 2.0
  • PCIe – 1x PCIe Gen5 x8 (H-series only), 3x PCIe Gen4 x4, Gen3
  • I/O – 1.8V GPIO
  • Security – New built-in security engine, NIST SP800-193 FW resiliency
  • Power – low-power island processor offload, DLVR (digital linear voltage regulator) power supply
  • Manufacturing process – 7nm

The Meteor Lake processor is expected to support Windows, Linux, and macOS. It looks promising, but we will have to be patient before we see the platform hit the market. You can find more screenshots at Igor’sLAB website.

Thanks to “NewsTip” for the advice.

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