Arrow Lake: new chips spotted!


If all goes well, Arrow Lake will overtake Raptor Lake Refresh, the 14th-generation CPU. Gradually, information about this series arrives. This time, a shipping manifest reveals three new chips!

Arrow Lake: three new chips spotted!

Intel Arrow Lake Manifeste expédition

This time, a shipping manifest shows new CPUs from Intel. Clearly, we’re dealing with 24-core, 20-core and 14-core models. For the moment, it’s hard to say whether they’re intended for the desktop or laptop series. In any case, we won’t know much more than that.

Generally speaking, however, with this generation, the blueprints want to launch new CPUs with a new platform and new chipsets. So we’re expecting new LGA-1851 motherboards with new 800-series chipsets. Here, the number of PCIe 5.0 lines is expected to increase, both on the CPU and chipset sides.

The CPUs will be called Core Ultra 200. The top-of-the-range model, the supposed Core Ultra 9 285K, will feature 24 Lion Cove/Skymont cores and 36 MB of L3 cache. Once again, the TDP will be 125W with a frequency of 5.5 GHz. Otherwise, we’d have a Core Ultra 7 265K with 20 cores and 33 MB of L3, and a Core Ultra 5 245K with 14 cores and 24 MB of L3.

New features include the exclusive DDR5 side of these processors, with support for RAM running at 6400 MT/s. L2 cache memory per P-Core will be 3 MB, while hyperthreading will be omitted, as we reported here.