Intel shows off 14th Gen Core "Meteor Lake" mobile packages at Vision conference
The ‘lucky’ 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” might have not been shown yet, but Intel is now taking pride in presenting not one but two packages for upcoming 14th Gen Core series, codenamed “Meteor Lake”. The new architecture will be Intel’s first consumer product to feature a new tiled architecture, with each tile serving a different purpose.
At Vision event, Intel has showcased a normal size package and a high-density one, each theoretically offering the same configuration, but different power characteristics. Meteor Lake architecture will feature Compute die (Intel 4), Graphics die (TSMC N3) and SoC die (TSMC N4/N5).
The tiled approach gives Intel more flexibility when it comes to configurations. Intel confirmed Meteor Lake will scale up to 125W, meaning there is a desktop variant coming, but it has not yet been showcased.
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