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Intel Lunar Lake with a large increase in multithreaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U and without the help of Hyper-Threading

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Intel Lunar Lake with a large increase in multithreaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U and without the help of Hyper-Threading

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Intel Lunar Lake with a large increase in multithreaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U and without the help of Hyper-ThreadingIn the second half of the year (and probably closer to the end of 2024), Intel plans to premiere a new generation of processors for slim laptops and hybrid devices. We are talking about the Lunar Lake series, which will use the new architecture for the Performance and Efficient cores, Lion Cove and Skymont, respectively, and will also take full advantage of TSMC factories in production (TSMC N3B lithography according to current information). Unofficial reports have been circulating for some time about the complete abandonment of support for Hyper-Threading, both for mobile Lunar Lake and desktop Arrow Lake. New reports about multithreaded performance for Lunar Lake have appeared on the Internet and they look very interesting.

Intel Lunar Lake will not offer Hyper-Threading support, but according to unofficial information, processors from this generation will still offer a high increase in multi-threaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U. This applies to the comparison at a power limit of 17 W for Lunar Lake and 15 W for Meteor Lake-U.

Intel Lunar Lake with a large increase in multithreaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U and without the help of Hyper-Threading [1]

Intel Lunar Lake without Hyper-Threading and with an unusual cache memory structure – new information about processors

Intel Lunar Lake, due to its characteristics (focus on energy efficiency and installation for slim laptops and hybrid devices), will be offered with a maximum of 8 cores – 4 each of the Performance and Efficient types. Further sources indicate that these systems will not support Hyper-Threading also for the more powerful Lion Cove cores. This means that such a processor will have 8 cores and 8 threads. According to recent reports, current Lunar Lake samples in Cinebench R23 and GeekBench offer a nearly 50% increase in multi-threaded performance compared to Meteor Lake-U systems. This is also a good forecast for the Arrow Lake generation, which will also use Lion Cove and Skymont cores, although in this case the energy limits will be higher and appropriately adapted to desktops and notebooks.

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As a reminder, Meteor Lake-U consists of a total of 12 cores and 14 threads: 2x Performance (Redwood Cove, 4 threads), 8x Efficient (Crestmont, 8 threads) and 2x Low Power Efficient from the SoC block (Crestmont, 2 threads). We are also talking about a comparison with similar energy limits – 17 W for Lunar Lake and 15 W for Meteor Lake-U. Lunar Lake can additionally have a TDP configured up to 30 W, but there will also be versions with a lower limit of 9 W, which will be adapted to devices with a passive cooling system. Intel Lunar Lake will also offer a new graphics system based on the Battlemage architecture and will additionally receive 16 or 32 GB of unified LPDDR5X 8533 MHz memory.

Source: WCCFTech, X @SquashBionic



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