Nowe informacje o procesorach Arrow Lake-S i platformie Z890

New information about Arrow Lake-S processors and the Z890 platform

The specifications of the Intel Z890 platform for the new Arrow Lake series processors have been leaked. Here's what we can expect from her.

This year, Intel will present new processors from the Arrow Lake series, and with them a completely refreshed platform with 800 chipsets and the LGA 1851 socket. New information about what the blue manufacturer is preparing has appeared on the Chinese Weibo forum.

Arrow Lake and Z890 specifications

Let's start with the processors themselves. Particularly interesting is the information that in this generation Intel intends to abandon the lowest series of Core Ultra 3 systems. Only the Core Ultra 5, Core Ultra 7 and Core Ultra 9 models are to be sold. The role of the cheapest models will continue to belong to the previous generation processors. In total, Intel has prepared three models with an unlocked multiplier: Core Ultra 9 285K, Core Ultra 7 265K and Core Ultra 5 245K. They are the first to go on sale.

The new processors will be equipped with integrated graphics chips. These are to offer up to 4 Xe cores, based on the Alchemist Xe-LPG architecture. In addition, iGPUs are to have higher clock speeds, which should translate into better performance, but miracles should not be expected. In the context of integrated graphics, AMD should do better.

When it comes to processor cache, the efficient Lion Cove cores are to have 3 MB of L2 cache, and the set of energy-saving Skymont cores (consisting of 4 units) is expected to offer 3 MB L2. With the most efficient Core Ultra 9 285K model, this would give 36 MB of L2 cache.

In the context of the Intel Z890 platform, we learned that it will support the Thunderbolt 4 standard. In addition, it will offer native support for DDR-6400 memory (and only DDR5) and more PCIe 5.0 lanes. The premiere of the new product is scheduled for the second half of 2024.

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