Intel creates a record by reaching 'Power-On' with its 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPU
Michelle Johnston Holthaus, Intel’s EVP and GM of Client Computing Group, has revealed that the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs have reached ‘Power-On’. In May 2021, the chip’s computing tile was taped in, followed by the compute tile ‘Power-On’ a few months later in October 2022. Although there is still a long way to go, Intel has already certified that their 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs are booting properly in a variety of operating systems, as stated in the company’s 2022 Q1 earnings report.
The new CPUs, which will be based on the ‘Intel 4’ process node, will deliver a 20% increase in performance per watt thanks to EUV technology and are expected to tape out in 2H 2022. Intel claims that the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs will have a fresh new tiled architecture, which essentially means that the corporation has decided to go full chiplet. According to Raja Koduri, the Meteor Lake CPUs would use a tiled Arc graphics-powered GPU, making it a completely new class of graphics on a chip.
The new Xe-HPG graphics architecture will be used in the Meteor Lake CPUs, allowing for enhanced performance while maintaining the same level of power efficiency as conventional integrated GPUs. Intel CEO believes we will be facing Chip Shortage’s until 2024
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