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Intel Meteor Lake Xe-LPG integrated GPU reportedly boosts up to 2.2GHz

Intel Meteor Lake Xe-LPG integrated GPU reportedly boosts up to 2.2GHz
Jul 12, 2023

Intel will be unleashing its next-gen Meteor Lake laptop CPUs later this year, outfitting the laptop processors with their new Core Ultra naming scheme, and a brand new CPU architecture underneath on Intel 4 process technology (7nm).

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We will see Intel using a hybrid chiplet-style design, combining Redwood Cove (Core) and Crestmont (Atom) CPU cores, with the latest rumours from "Golden Pig Upgrade" teasing that a qualification sample (QS) Meteor Lake processor is operating at between 20W to 65W, and can boost its CPU cores up to 4.8GHz. This is a little slower in frequency than the Raptor Lake-based Core i7-1370P which boosts up to 5.0GHz, but given this is a "QS" sample, we should expect final retail Meteor Lake processors to hit 5.0GHz.

Inside, the new Meteor Lake laptop CPUs will feature a compute die packing 6 x Performance, 8 x Efficient, and 2 x Low-Power Efficient cores. Meanwhile, the GPU die will pack 8 x Xe GPU cores with 128 Execution Units or 1024 shading units (FP32 cores). We're expecting these GPU cores to boost up to 2.2GHz, which will result in a single-precision compute power of around 4.5 TFLOPs.

At this TFLOPs power level, Intel's new Meteor Lake Xe-LPG integrated GPU will be a little faster than AMD's widely-used Radeon 780M RDNA3-based integrated GPU, which has found its way into a bunch of handheld gaming systems. 

Intel is expected to unveil its new Meteor Lake CPUs later this year.