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Intel Arrow Lake-S & Arrow Lake-HX CPUs Spotted: 6, 14, 16 & 24 Core Variants For Desktops & Laptops

Intel Arrow Lake-S & Arrow Lake-HX CPUs Spotted: 6, 14, 16 & 24 Core Variants For Desktops & Laptops

A recent shipping manifesto reveals more of Intel's next-generation Arrow Lake-S “Desktop” and Arrow Lake-HX “Laptop” CPUs.

Intel “Core Ultra 200” AeroLake-S (Desktop) and AeroLake-HX (Laptop) CPUs Revealed in Shipping Manifesto

We've covered several Intels before. Aero Lake “Core Ultra 200” CPU samples. Which were seen in the shipping leaks and now we have a few more. This time, we're looking at 24, 20 and 14 core SKUs powering a range of desktop “Arrow Lake-S” and desktop “Arrow Lake-HX” laptop chips.

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Following are the full range of chips that are out:

  • Arrow Lake-S 24-Core (LGA 1851) – 3.6 GHz / 36 MB L3 cache
  • Arrow Lake-S 14-Core (LGA 1851) – 2.8 GHz / 24 MB L3 cache
  • Arrow Lake-S 6-Core (LGA 1851) – 2.8 GHz / 18 MB L3 cache
  • Arrow Lake-HX 16-Core (FCBGA) – 2.9 GHz / 30 MB L3 cache
  • Arrow Lake-HX 14-Core (FCBGA) – 3.0 GHz / 24 MB L3 cache

Coming to the specifications, the Intel Arrow Lake-S Desktop “Core Ultra 200” CPUs have a 24-core part with 36 MB L3 cache (8+16), a 14-core part with 24 MB L3 cache (6+8). included. , and a 6-core part with 18 MB L3 cache (6+0). Meanwhile, on the laptop side, we have two Arrow Lake-HX SKUs including a 16-core part with 30 MB L3 cache (8+8) and a 14-core part with 24 MB L3 cache (6+8). . These CPUs are rated up to 3.6 GHz which should be the starting base clocks and not to be confused with the final retail silicon.

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Intel is expected to launch. At least 13 SKUs under its Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” CPU line. These will include the top unlocked “K” series chips such as Core Ultra 9 285K, Core Ultra 7 265K, and Core Ultra 5 245K. They will be followed by the Non-K 65W and 35W CPU families. All chips will be compatible with new LGA 1851 socketed motherboards under the 800 series platform.

Here's what we know so far about the Aero Lake S desktop CPUs:

  • LGA 1851 Socket Longevity Plans Until 2026
  • DDR5 compatibility only, no DDR4 support.
  • Starting with the 800 series motherboards
  • Support for DDR5-6400 memory (native JEDEC).
  • PCIe Gen 5.0 lane expansion via CPU and PCH
  • Arrow Lake S First Desktop Family Supported (DIY)
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature 3 MB of L2 cache per P-Core.
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature Alchemist iGPUs
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs include 8+16, 6+8 CPU SKUs.
  • Arrow Lake S 8+16 (24 cores)
  • Arrow Lake S 6+8 (14 cores)
  • No hyperthreading support (?)
  • 2H is launching in 2024.

As for the launch, Intel's Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” desktop CPUs will be introduced. Computex 2024 With a launch planned soon after. Meanwhile, the Intel Arrow Lake-HX family should debut by late 2024 and we'll see proper retail availability in the first half of 2025.

Intel Aero Lake S Desktop CPU Lineup (Initial):

CPU name Architecture (P/E) Cores/Threads Clocks Cache (L3) TDP
Core Ultra 9 285K Lion Cove / Skymont 24/24 5.5 GHz (Maximum?) 36 MB 125W?
Core Ultra 7 265K Lion Cove / Skymont 20/20 TBD 33 MB 125W?
Core Ultra 5 245K Lion Cove / Skymont 14/14 TBD 24 MB 125W?
Core Ultra 9 275 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD 65W?
Core Ultra 7 255 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD 65W?
Core Ultra 5 240 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD 65W?

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