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Intel’s Next-Gen CPU Cores and Families Revealed: Introducing Douglas Cove for Adams Lake and Sheldonmont for Cooper Forest

Intel has introduced new CPU cores and unveiled two fresh CPU families, Adams Lake “Client” and Cooper Forest “Server,” as evidenced by the latest Linux Code patches. Intel seeks to streamline its “Family 6” CPU naming structure, potentially revealing its upcoming CPU cores and families, according to reports from Phoronix. The longstanding “Family 6” CPU ID, tracing back to the P6 architecture featured in the 1990s Pentium Pro lineup, is reportedly reaching its conclusion. Intel has initiated patches to adjust the CPU family ID identification and model naming criteria.

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In this process, Intel has revealed CPU cores and families that may belong to a new CPU family ID. The new families, Adams Lake and Cooper Forest will introduce core architectures. Adams Lake is expected to showcase the Douglas Cove P Core architecture while Cooper Forest is anticipated to feature the Sheldonmont E Core architecture.

image 42 Intel's Next-Gen CPU Cores and Families Revealed: Introducing Douglas Cove for Adams Lake and Sheldonmont for Cooper Forest

The successors of the Adams Lake and Cooper Forest CPU families are still unknown. However, it is understood that Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake will come before Panther Lake with Nova Lake succeeding it. This indicates that Adams Lake might follow Nova Lake targeting client CPUs based on the Douglas Cove microarchitecture.

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Regarding Cooper Forest, it could come after Clearwater Forest, which follows the Sierra Forest lineup. All three families utilize the E architecture, with a “mont” naming convention. Sierra Forest in 2024 will use Sierra Glen E Core, an upgraded version of Crestmont while Clearwater Forest in 2025 will feature Darkmont E Core as an iteration of Skymont. Subsequently, Cooper Forest will introduce the Sheldonmont cores.

image 43 1 jpg Intel's Next-Gen CPU Cores and Families Revealed: Introducing Douglas Cove for Adams Lake and Sheldonmont for Cooper Forest

Intel is planning to continue using the “Family 6” IDs, like Clearwater Forest and Lunar Lake for a few years. They are getting ready to switch to new family IDs soon. This transition is expected to happen around 2026 or 2027. The shift towards these CPU architectures and families by Intel indicates a progression in their CPU lineup offering performance and capabilities, for upcoming computing requirements.

FAQs

  1. What are the key features of Douglas Cove and Sheldonmont cores?

    Douglas Cove introduces the latest P-Core architecture for Adams Lake, while Sheldonmont brings the E-Core architecture for Cooper Forest, promising enhanced performance and versatility.

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  2. When can consumers expect the rollout of these new CPU architectures?

    The transition to the new CPU architectures, represented by Adams Lake and Cooper Forest families, is expected around 2026-2027.

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