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Intel has shown the first samples of its 14th generation processors - they have a chiplet structure

Intel has shown the first samples of its 14th generation processors - they have a chiplet structure

Advertisement Intel Corporation at the \"Vision 2022\" event has shown the press samples of its 14th generation Meteor Lake processor family, which is planned to enter the market in the first half of 2023.The distinctive feature of new Meteor Lake CPU, designed for desktop and mobile systems, is their chiplet mosaic layout.
An interesting point is also that the crystals connected together will be produced by different processes and in different factories.
Some chips will be produced by TSMC, while others will be made by Intel itself on the Intel-4 technological node, using EUV technology (ultraviolet photolithography).The layout of processors is presented in two sizes - standard and high-density.
Pictures of samples for mobile platforms show that the block consists of at least four crystals, tightly fitted to each other.
It is indicated that the so-called \"southern bridge\" (PCH) has moved to a separate crystal.
The general layout looks as follows: - Crystal with processor cores;- SOC crystal;- IO crystal;- Embedded graphics crystal.For processor cores it is declared an increase in performance level with reduced power consumption in comparison to previous generations.
But the graphics component, as announced, will be something completely new and unlike anything we have seen before.
Graphics chip tGPU, based on the new architecture Xe-HPG, will offer a completely different level of performance without increasing power consumption, if you compare it to the current iGPU.
Support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, XeSS and other features currently found only in the Alchemist lineup is claimed.Post rewardedThis material was written by a site visitor, and it is rewarded.

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