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An important change in Intel's new processors is confirmed

Information about Intel's new Arrow Lake-S series processors has been leaked. It is confirmed that the desktop models will be missing an important feature.

Information about the new Intel Arrow Lake-S processors, i.e. desktop models, has been leaked online. While we have already heard about the 24-core variant, now it has been joined by a 20-core model. At the same time, an important change that has been talked about for several weeks has been confirmed.

Intel Arrow Lake-S processors

Two new Intel processors appeared in the new driver logs. They are described as “Arrow Lake Client Platform” and are working on a BIOS with the designation MTLSFWI1.R00.3473.D80.2311222130, which is dated November 22, 2023.

The first one uses 24 cores in an 8P + 16E configuration and is clocked at 3.0 GHz. The second is a 20-core unit (probably 8P+12E) clocked at 2.3 GHz. Thus, they resemble the Core i9-14900K and Core i7-14700K models. We can guess that these are their new generation equivalents.

Importantly, both processors do not support multithreading, which has been talked about for several weeks. This role is to be taken over by energy-saving E cores, which are to be better optimized. Rumors suggest that this will increase efficiency and improve energy efficiency. If this is indeed the case, Intel's decision should not be surprising.

The new Intel Arrow Lake-S processors are a completely new architecture. They will be equipped with efficient Lion Cove and energy-saving Skymont cores. The systems will also work with the new LGA 1851 socket. We should learn more information in early June, during Computex 2024.

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