Between 2025 and 2026 the new Intel Lunar Lakes are expected which will be based on a totally renewed microarchitecture
Intel in this period has lavished various energies on the development of new processors. Pat Gelsinger, head of the whole company, shared some information regarding the new product lines a few years in advance. Speaking of confirmations we have that of Lunar Lakeabout which very little was known yet. On January 26, on the occasion of the financial results for Q4 2022however, the company will briefly reveal some previews.
I Lunar Lake they will surely focus on Foveros 3D, or on the technology that provides for the stacking of multiple chipsets vertically. The code name will be right Lunar Lake to succeed Raptor Lake scheduled for Q3 2023, after i Meteor Lake which they will be instead launch in the 2024 they Arrow Lake of 2025.
The advances on Intel Lunar Lake
According to Michelle Johnston Holthaus, executive vice president and general manager Client Computing Group Of Intel, what will be the launch of the new processors will involve an important change of course as a redesigned architecture will be used ex new. The improvements will be different, starting from the performance per watt up to performance in the mobile sector.
New processors will target the CPU sector with TDP Of 15W or lower with a 1.8 nanometer manufacturing process. New ones will also be used transistor RibbonFET of Intel based on Foveros 3D packaging. It is evident that this new architecture will be particularly optimized for laptops and focused on performance per watt. This does not exclude however an integration per desktop.
A socket change could also take place with Lunar Lake, in fact Meteor will debut the LGA 1851 that will stay compatible also with Arrow Lake. What do you think about these novelties of the house Intel? Let us know with a comment below and keep reading TechGameWorld.com to stay updated on the latest news and more.
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