Intel Meteor Lake CPU Family Details Allegedly Leak

Intel has already confirmed that its codenamed Meteor Lake processors are set to release in the coming months, but the company has naturally kept all the details about the upcoming lineup under wraps. However, a new slide leaked by Moore’s Law Is Dead uncovers some of the peculiarities surrounding this new product family, including core count and thermal design power. The information is described as preliminary, so discretion is advised. 

Intel’s next-generation mobile CPU lineup will consist of multiple Meteor Lake-based models belonging to entry-level, midrange, and high-end segments with TDPs ranging from 7W to 45W and core counts varying from 5 to 14 cores. Intel’s highest-end CPUs with up to 24 cores for gaming systems and mobile workstations will reportedly continue to use Raptor Lake silicon with Raptor Cove and Gracement cores as well as Xe-LP graphics in S-BGA packaging. 

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