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Intel has completed the development of the 14th generation of METEOR LAKE CORE

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Intel has reached the TAPE IN stage in the development of future Meteor Lake family processors. This means that the manufacturer has finalized the design of new chips and they are ready for the TAPE OUT stage, that is, for embodiments in silicon and production of engineering samples. The vice-president of Gregory Bryant (Gregory Bryant) announced this through his page in Twitter.

Earlier, Intel confirmed that several semiconductor crystals combined by the Foveros layout would be used as part of Meteor Lake processors. Chips will be made using the ENHANCED Superfin technical process. The company also reported that METEOR LAKE processors will be released in 2023.

Great way to start the week! We are taping in our 7nm Meteor Lake compute tile right now.

A well-deserved celebration by the team on this milestone. #IAmIntel #Innovation pic.twitter.com/oHYhFvo3iF

According to rumors, Meteor Lake will become the 14th generation of Core processors, which will replace the Raptor Lake family. The latter in turn will be updated the 12th generation of Alder Lake chips, which are expected by the end of this year.

According to leaks, Meteor Lake will receive a hybrid architecture of Next Mont, and the Redwood Cove computing kernels will be used as part of chips. If the rumors are confirmed, then for Intel, METEOR LAKE processors will become the already fourth generation of processors using hybrid architecture from high-performance and energy-efficient nuclei.

Again, according to rumors, a series of chips Meteor Lake will be the last family of processors with the support of the LGA 1700 platform, which is expected to enter this year together with the announcement of the 12th generation of Alder Lake and chipsets for the Intel Motherboards of the 600th series.

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