Intel introduced the new generation Core Ultra processors Lunar Lake.

These are completely redesigned chips for laptops that will become available this fall, the first device using the new processors from major manufacturers will be released before the end of the year.

Moon Lake is a classic SoC (system on a chip) containing a central processing unit, graphics, RAM and an artificial intelligence coprocessor. Yes, Intel processors will initially have built-in RAM: 16 or 32 GB of LPDDR5X memory. It will be impossible to continue purchasing it after that.

This change reduces power consumption when transmitting data through the system by approximately 40%. Onboard RAM also means that motherboards can get smaller. “There are some interesting design solutions coming in the near future,” said Intel technical marketer Rob Hallock.

All Lunar Lake processors will have 8 cores: 4 P-cores and 4 E-cores. The company promises a 14% increase in productivity.

The integrated Xe2 GPU is 1.5 times more powerful than its Meteor Lake counterpart from last year. In addition, the new graphics provide 67 TOPS AI performance in addition to the built-in neural processor (NPU).

The neurochip itself has a performance of 48 TOPS, three times more than the NPU in Meteor Lake. The overall performance of the new chips in AI tasks has increased by 2-4 times.

Lunar Lake processors are equipped with Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5.4, but they will require the appropriate PCIe module to operate. The chips can also adjust the speed of the RAM to reduce Wi-Fi interference. [The Verge]

Source: Iphones RU

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