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Intel Desktop Meteor Lake-S CPUs To Feature Up To 22 Cores, Arrow Lake-S Up To 24 Cores


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Based on the leaked slides, it looks like Intel's 14th Gen Meteor Lake-S Desktop CPUs will take a step back and reduce the number of P-Cores while retaining the number of E-Cores. The lineup listed in the charts includes five different SKU configurations with the top variants featuring up to 22 cores in a combination of 6 P-Cores and 16 E-Cores. The P-Cores on the Meteor Lake CPUs are based on the brand-new Redwood Cove architecture while the E-Cores will utilize the Crestmont design. Both of these are new and improved architecture as reported by Coelacanth-Dream a few days back. The full list of configurations includes:

Meteor Lake-S 22 (6P + 16E) / 4 Xe Cores / 125W TDP

Meteor Lake-S 22 (6P + 16E) / 4 Xe Cores / 65W TDP

Meteor Lake-S 22 (6P + 16E) / 4 Xe Cores / 35W TDP

Meteor Lake-S 14 (6P + 8E) / 4 Xe Cores / 65WTDP

Meteor Lake-S 14 (6P + 8E) / 4 Xe Cores / 35WTDP

 

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Intel's 14th Gen Meteor Lake-S & 15th Gen Arrow Lake-S Desktop CPU SKUs have been detailed for the next-gen LGA 1851 socket platform.

 

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It makes sense to me. For gaming at least, just having a few cores with really good single threaded performance is totally fine. If they raise the floor on E core performance a bit and reduce the number of P cores, overall performance should be about even or maybe even a bit higher while also potentially bringing down power consumption, or maybe overall cost, or both. 

 

The S22 35w could be really interesting, 35w for a 22 core chip sounds almost too good to be true. 

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It makes sense to me. For gaming at least, just having a few cores with really good single threaded performance is totally fine. If they raise the floor on E core performance a bit and reduce the number of P cores, overall performance should be about even or maybe even a bit higher while also potentially bringing down power consumption, or maybe overall cost, or both. 

 

The S22 35w could be really interesting, 35w for a 22 core chip sounds almost too good to be true. 

I can only agree with you. That why i got the 13900k. I wanted the best Floating point and multithreading and it did work in BEAM NG game Benchmark.

 

The engine like most of them run most of the stuff on the first few thread then those core scale it to multiple other thread. 

 

So Floating point in the first 2-6 core is mostly all it needed to scale it further 😁

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