Intel has already started working on two generations of Processors, and we have the Intel 15th Gen Specs Arrow Lake leaks with us!
The all-new Intel 13th Gen is already scoring the market with their all-new Intel Core i5 13600K, i7 13700K and their flagship i9 13900K. Right now, these processors are the best you can buy and even have a better value than the AMD Ryzen 7600X, Ryzen 7700X and the Ryzen 9 7950X.
However, Intel has already started gearing up for their Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake Series, which are 14th Gen and 15th Gen respectively, as they have said in a recent investor’s call.
So without further delay, let’s check out the Intel 15th Gen Arrow Lake Specs.
Intel 15th gen specs Arrow Lake
Here is the Intel 15th gen Arrow Lake Specs. As per leaks suggests, there will be a total of three-chip configurations that will be available for the Meteor Lake. We still don’t have their official names, but that will be revealed soon.
|Arrow Lake-S 24||8 Performance Cores + 16 Efficient Cores + 4 Intel Iris Xe Cores||125W TDP|
|Arrow Lake-S 24||8 Performance Cores + 16 Efficient Cores + 4 Intel Iris Xe Cores||65W TDP|
|Arrow Lake-S 24||8 Performance Cores + 16 Efficient Cores + 4 Intel Iris Xe Cores||35W TDP|
The Intel 15th Gen Arrow Lake processor returns the 24 Cores found on the Intel 13th Generation Raptor Lake Processors. The top-of-the-line Arrow Lake S 24 features 8 Performance Cores and 16 Efficient Cores. The top of the Intel Arrow Lake Processor features two extra Performance Cores over the Meteor Lake Processor; hence more performance is expected from them.
Intel uses the Lion Cove Architecture for the Performance Cores and Skymount Architecture for the Efficient ones for Meteor Lake Chips. Both the 14th and the 15th Gen Processors will use LGA 1851 Socket.
The primary difference between the Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake is that all of the Arrow Lake Processors come with 24 cores, the difference being only with the TDP. It might happen that the lower core processors will be extracted out of these more significant dies.
The company also retained the same 4Xe Cores from the 14th Generation Meteor Lake. Still, the 4x Intel Iris Xe Graphics Cores are almost at par with a dedicated Intel Arc 310 GPU or even better than the current generation AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Processors.
Also, the Intel 15th Gen Arrow Lake Processors will use the TSMC 3nm Graphics Architecture and will be available in the last quarter of Q4 2024.
So this was all about Intel’s 15th Gen Arrow Lake Revealed Specs. We will update more on this article once we have more news.
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