Intel’s 14th generation processor Meteor Lake series is expected to launch in the second half of this year, including at least mobile platform CPUs (desktop platform may only Raptor Lake Refresh), and will be the first to adopt small chip technology and hybrid architecture design, while Lunar Lake for low-power platforms will be launched in 2024.
According to material previously shared by Intel, the next generation of Meteor Lake will use Intel 4 process and external processes, and for the first time introduce a “Tile” design with integrated CPU, SOC, core graphics and IOE chips.
According to information shared by @OneRaichu, Intel’s Meteor Lake CPUs are based on the Redwood Cove and Crestmont architectures, and with the new generation of EUV-based Intel 4 (formerly 7nm) and TSMC 5nm (core graphics), its performance and efficiency are expected to increase significantly, at least the performance-to-power ratio is targeted to At least the performance-to-power ratio is targeted to reach 1.5 times the level of the 13th generation Raptor Lake.
In addition, since the new tGPU or Tiled-GPU architecture will include the new Xe GPU core, he believes that the core graphics (128EU above 2.0GHz) of the 14th generation processors could reach the original (96EU) performance level of 2x, and will also enhance the support for DirectX 12 Ultimate and XeSS.
Intel’s 14th generation Meteor Lake CPUs will feature a new P-core and E-core architecture and the CPU itself will also incorporate several other IP parts to make up the entire chip. If you look at the P-core and E-core data alone, the new generation of Meteor Lake may usher in significant progress in terms of performance, and laptop battery life is expected to be greatly improved.