Intel Investors Meeting took place this week, complete with new roadmaps and details about the upcoming roster of CPUs and GPUs.
Starting with what's coming from Intel's GPU department, the company has already confirmed that the Arc Alchemist GPUs for mobile is coming in Q1, desktop graphics cards should arrive in Q2, and workstation cards are slated for Q3. After that, we'll be getting Arc Battlemage GPUs in 2023-2024, followed by Celestial-series GPUs in 2024.
As for CPUs, we will get Raptor Lake later this year. Intel showcased (via Andreas Schilling) the series flagship chip running Blender and Adobe Premiere during the event and confirmed some of its specifications. These processors will come with up to 24x cores (8x P-cores and 16x E-cores) and 32x threads, enhanced OC features, and AI M.2 module. As promised, they will feature the LGA1700 socket and offer double digital performance gains, but we are still unsure if it will support DDR4 memory or not.
After Raptor Lake, Intel will launch Meteor Lake and Arrow Lake in 2023-2024 based on Intel 4, 20A, and External N3 nodes. Following the launch of the two architectures, we'll see Lunar Lake using a new External node and Intel 18A. In the professional CPU segment, we expect to see Sapphire Rapids later this year, which will then be followed by Emerald Rapids (Intel 7 node) in 2023, and Granite Rapids (Intel 3 node) in 2024. Also in 2024, Intel plans to launch Sierra Forest using E-cores.
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