Intel has already released its Lakefield series, which is based on this concept and is ideal for devices with ultra-low power consumption and an excellent user experience.
Here is new information about the 12th generation Intel processors. Generation.
A leak suggests that Intel’s 12th-generation device lineup will be a bit more diverse. Generation will be divided into three main categories with five different performance segments, each for different products.
The Alder-Lake-M is the first of this series and is divided into two series, M5 and U9, of 5 and 9 watts respectively. This particular processor will likely be built into ultra-thin tablets and laptops.
Other reports suggest that Lake M will have an additional large core with 4 small cores, a configuration very similar to the existing Lakefield processor. The top U9 processor will have 2 large cores and 8 small cores, making it twice the size of its predecessor.
Also new is the Alder Lake P, where the power of this segment is divided into three segments: U15, U28 and H45. Below that, the U15 series will have 2 large cores and 8 small cores, while the U28 segment will have 6 large cores and 8 small cores.
The three extensions will also include SKUs with 96 graphics execution modules. The Alder Lake H45 series is reportedly being installed to replace the existing Tiger Lake H35 series. They can also be found in the best gaming laptops on the market. The characteristics of the SKU suggest that they will likely be used without discrete GPU integration.
The latest leaked slide is for the high power segment with a variable TDP up to 55W. It is also called a muscle segment and is a beast in a series of up to 8 large and 8 small nuclei. Each of these included SKUs will also be integrated with 32 ECs, meaning they will be specifically designed for gaming devices with discrete GPU options.
The leak and the possible future launch of this new lineup indicates that Intel has a very good detailed plan for its next round of hybrid technologies.
Intel’s Alder series will include large, high-performance cores based on the Golden Cove architecture and small cores based on the Gracemont Cove architecture.
It’s not just laptops and tablets, Intel will also be showing Alder Lake processors for desktops with very similar configurations depending on the overall segment.
Source: @9550pro via Videocardz
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