Intel will before long showcase its 14th Gen Meteor Lake-P CPU at the 2022 IEEE Symposium on VLSI Know-how and Circuits but it seems to be like the die shots and information have been leaked in advance times in advance of the party.
Intel Meteor Lake-P CPU With six P-Cores & eight E-Cores Receives Pictured, Die Pictures & Initial Aspects Discovered
The slides from the function were being leaked by Twitter person @phobiaphilia, who has since taken out his write-up however, Computerbase managed to get maintain of individuals slides. The slides communicate about the Intel future-technology method node identified as ‘Intel 4’ which is primarily a rebranded 7nm technology.
The 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs will be using the ‘Intel 4’ system node and give two times the HPL (Significant-Efficiency Library) scaling, EUV for procedure simplification, 20% better frequency at ISO vs Intel 7 node (applied by Alder Lake & Raptor Lake CPUs) and featuring compatibility with the advanced packaging technologies these as EMIB and FOVEROS. So all round, the attributes on the ‘4’ approach node involve:
- 2X Substantial-Efficiency Library Spot Scaling
- Substantial use of EUV for course of action simplification
- twenty% better frequency @ iso-electric power in contrast to Intel 7 (utilized for Alder Lake & Raptor Lake)
- Technological innovation compatible with advanced packaging solutions like EMIB and FOVEROS
Intel also talks about the power-to-frequency scaling of its ‘Intel 4’ node and whilst there have been reviews that 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs will see a clock regression versus ‘Intel 7’ dependent chips, the slides show that the frequency soar at the exact same power will be greater for ‘Intel 4’ compared to ‘Intel 7’. It may not be reflected across the total array of 7nm merchandise but that is at least what Intel will be concentrating on. So in the clocks division, we can assume a 20% greater clock price at the same level of ability.
Furthermore, the slides also detail the HPL scaling of 2x for the ‘Intel 4’ node for 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs. The upcoming-gen CPUs will have:
- Contacted Poly Pitch (nm): fifty four/60 vs fifty (.93x/.83x scaling)
- Fin Pitch (nm): 34 vs thirty (.88x scaling)
- M0 Pitch (nm): forty vs 30 (.75x scaling)
- HP Library Heigh (nm): 408 vs 240 (.59x scaling)
- Library Top x CCP (nm2): 24.4K vs 12K (.49x scaling)
Lastly, we have the slides that chat about the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs. The solution showcased is Meteor Lake-P, a mobility-aimed chip that will aspect a tiled chip architecture with four tiles on the exact interposer related through 3D Foveros packaging know-how. Meteor Lake is Intel’s lead products on the ‘Intel 4’ procedure node. The firm is now boasting that Meteor Lake has been booted up and is managing in their labs. Intel also showcased a shut-up die shot of the Meteor Lake-P CPU and this particular configuration offers 6 P-Cores primarily based on the Redwood Cove and 8 E-Cores based mostly on the Crestmont main architecture.
This Intel Meteor Lake-P configuration absolutely appears to be like like a higher-finish portion than the 2+eight config that was pictured previously. Also, the fourteen-core configuration is quite related to better-stop Intel Alder Lake Mobility CPUs but we are unable to validate nevertheless if 6+eight will be the optimum that Meteor Lake-P can achieve or if there will be much more cores. Intel’s already switched to HX sequence for consumers who demand from customers more cores and presently is the only laptop computer chipmaker to provide sixteen cores and 32 threads on extremely fanatic gaming notebooks. With that explained, these are just mobility chips and it really is now been confirmed that Meteor Lake CPUs are coming to the desktop segment on the new LGA 1851 chip socket.
Meteor Lake-P CPU Die Shot (@phobiaphilia through Videocardz)
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