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Intel’s 14th Meteor Lake-P CPUs Appear Online

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The IEEE Symposium on VLSI Technology and Circuits in 2022 will see Intel’s 14th Gen Meteor Lake-P CPU launched, however, it looks like die images and details have already been leaked days before the event.

Computerbase was able to receive the event’s presentations when they were leaked by Twitter user @phobiaphilia, who has since retracted his tweet. The talks cover Intel’s ‘Intel 4’ next-generation process node, which is simply a 7nm technology rebranded.

In comparison to the Intel 7 node (used by Alder Lake and Raptor Lake CPUs), the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs will use the Intel 4 process node, which will provide twice the HPL (High-Performance Library) scaling, EUV for process simplification, and a 20% higher frequency at ISO, as well as compatibility with advanced packaging technologies like EMIB and FOVEROS.

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So overall, the features on the ‘4’ process node include:

  • 2X High-Performance Library Area Scaling
  • Extensive use of EUV for process simplification
  • 20% higher frequency @ iso-power compared to Intel 7 (used for Alder Lake & Raptor Lake)
  • Technology compatible with advanced packaging options like EMIB and FOVEROS

In comparison to the Intel 7 node (used by Alder Lake and Raptor Lake CPUs), the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs will use the Intel 4 process node, which will provide twice the HPL (High-Performance Library) scaling, EUV for process simplification, and a 20% higher frequency at ISO, as well as compatibility with advanced packaging technologies like EMIB and FOVEROS.

  • Contacted Poly Pitch (nm): 54/60 vs 50 (0.93x/0.83x scaling)
  • Fin Pitch (nm): 34 vs 30 (0.88x scaling)
  • M0 Pitch (nm): 40 vs 30 (0.75x scaling)
  • HP Library Heigh (nm): 408 vs 240 (0.59x scaling)
  • Library Height x CCP (nm2): 24.4K vs 12K (0.49x scaling)

Meteor Lake-P, a mobility-focused chip with a tiled chip architecture and four tiles on the same interposer paired with 3D Foveros packaging technology, is the product on exhibit

Meteor Lake is Intel’s lead product on the ‘Intel 4’ manufacturing node. According to the corporation, Meteor Lake has been booted up and is running in its labs. In addition, Intel displayed a close-up die shot of the Meteor Lake-P CPU, which in this configuration has 6 P-Cores based on the Redwood Cove core design and 8 E-Cores based on the Crestmont core architecture.

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This Intel Meteor Lake-P configuration appears to be more powerful than the prior 2+8 variant. Also, while the 14-core design is similar to Intel Alder Lake Mobility CPUs, we don’t know if 6+8 is the highest number of cores Meteor Lake-P can support or if there will be more. Intel has already shifted to the HX series for individuals who demand more cores and is currently the only laptop chipmaker to offer 16 cores and 32 threads on super enthusiast gaming computers. They are only mobility chips, though, as desktop Meteor Lake CPUs have already been verified for the new LGA 1851 chip socket.

also read:

Apple might launch its 14-inch mini-LED iPad Pro with M2 Chip

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.

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