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Intel Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” Desktop CPU Lineup Reportedly Include Core Ultra 9 285K, Core Ultra 7 265K, Core Ultra 5 245K

Intel Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” Desktop CPU Lineup Reportedly Include Core Ultra 9 285K, Core Ultra 7 265K, Core Ultra 5 245K

Intel's Core Ultra 200 “Aero Lake-S” desktop CPU lineup It should reportedly include a total of six SKUs with 24 cores based on next-generation P-Core and E-Core architectures.

Intel Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200 Unlocked” desktop CPU family including Core Ultra 9 285K, Core Ultra 7 265K and Core Ultra 5 245K chips

The rumor comes from @OneRaichu which posted the possible SKUs in the Intel Core Ultra 200 K & Non-K CPU lineup. It looks like Intel will initially offer a total of six SKUs and will follow up with more configurations in the coming months. The naming convention does not reveal much about the actual core configurations but they are listed below:

  • Core Ultra 9 285K (Intel Core i9-14900K successor)
  • Core Ultra 7 265K (Intel Core i7-14700K successor)
  • Core Ultra 5 245K (Intel Core i5-14600K successor)

In addition, there are three non-K Intel Arrow Lake-S desktop CPUs including the following:

  • Core Ultra 9 275
  • Core Ultra 7 255
  • Core Ultra 5 240
Image source: @OneRaichu

If true, it appears that the naming convention and segmentation of the Intel Core Ultra 200 “Arrow Lake-S” desktop CPU family will be very different. The Intel Core Ultra 9 285K should be the flagship with 24 cores and 24 threads, the Core Ultra 7 265K should be the second best chip with a possible core count of 20 while the Core Ultra 5 245K could end up featuring 14 cores. . This is when Intel goes with an 8+16 die configuration for its top Core Ultra 9 and Core Ultra 7 SKUs and uses a 6+8 die for its Core Ultra 5 SKUs. It's also possible that all three “K” SKUs have an 8+16 die while the non-K SKUs may end up using a 6+8 die.

It's just speculation at this point, but these naming schemes are interesting nonetheless. Intel The Core Ultra 240F is already reported to use both 8+16 and 6+8 dies. In H0 and C0 configuration. Also, we know that Intel's Arrow Lake-S desktop CPUs will use the new Lion Cove P-Core architecture and Skymont E-Core architecture.

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.

Intel's Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” desktop CPUs will debut later this year with a formal announcement expected at Computex 2024 in early June. There will be CPUs. Hitting the LGA 1851 sockett & will incorporate several next-generation technologies so expect desktop action from AMD and Intel in the second half of this year.

Intel Aero Lake S Desktop CPU Lineup (Initial):

CPU name Architecture (P/E) Cores/Threads Clocks TDP
Core Ultra 9 285K Lion Cove / Skymont 24/24 TBD TBD
Core Ultra 7 265K Lion Cove / Skymont 20/20 TBD TBD
Core Ultra 5 245K Lion Cove / Skymont 14/14 TBD TBD
Core Ultra 9 275 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD
Core Ultra 7 255 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD
Core Ultra 5 240 Lion Cove / Skymont TBD TBD TBD

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