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Intel's flagship Arrow Lake processors announced: what to expect

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Intel plans to release new Arrow Lake processors this year, including desktop models. One of these processors has already appeared online, although its name is not yet known.  It will feature 8 large cores, 16 small cores and probably another small core. It will also include 8 AI cores and a GT1 iGPU with a small number of compute units, running at 3.5GHz with a TDP of 125W.

These new Arrow Lake-S processors are mostly similar to the Raptor Lake and RL Refresh lineup, but feature new architectures for the cores, a new iGPU, and Intel's new 20A process technology. Also, the amount of Level 3 cache memory per core will increase by one and a half times to 3MB. However, Intel said that the Arrow Lake architectures will just be improved versions of the architectures from Raptor Lake, and the performance gains will only be around 5%.


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