Lunar Lake, according to Intel, has a brand-new architecture designed for low-power mobile devices.

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More information will be released by Intel later this month.

Lunar Lake will ostensibly use Intel’s 18A node and include Foveros packaging technology. Apart from saying it should be available in 2024+, either after Arrow Lake or immediately after it, Intel has not provided a release date.

Dr. Ian Cutress (TechTechPotato) received confirmation from Michelle Johnston Holthaus, EVG & GM of Client Computing at Intel, that Lunar Lake will have a brand-new architecture from scratch. Additionally, this architecture is designed with mobile devices in mind, with power efficiency being the primary consideration. This reaffirms earlier disclosures that the architecture’s primary target market will be the 15W power sector.

Additionally, updated CPU, GPU, and VPU blocks with a lower power envelope will be included in Intel Lunar Lake. Additionally, Michelle reaffirms that Lunar Lake products ought to have all-day battery life without sacrificing performance.

The enhanced Xe2-LPG graphics architecture and Intel 18A node are expected to be included in Intel Lunar Lake. Intel will have complete discretion in selecting the logical blocks for each semiconductor thanks to the fragmented and scalable architecture. Shared IP blocks, multiple architectures, and several performance tiers are all features of scalable architecture. The planned Meteor and Arrow Lake architecture should follow this rule.

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On January 26, the day of Intel’s Q4’22 financial statement, more details about Lunar Lake will reportedly be released, according to Intel.

Source: Wccftech@harukaze5719


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