Intel 14th-generation Core processor Meteor Lake will use the LGA 2551 interface
This news was released by Moore’s Law is Dead, and the credibility is average, but this Youtube channel released a photo of the back of the LGA 2551 processor. The size of the processor is 38*46mm, which is not much larger than that of the LGA 1700. It is 1mm longer and 0.5mm wider, but the number of pins is increased by 50%, and the density has increased a lot. Compared with the AM5, the number of pins is 833 more.
For the GPU part, this GFX Tile will be handed over to TSMC for foundry. It is said that the 3nm process will be used, and the new Xe-HPG architecture will be used to strengthen support for DirectX 12 Ultimate and XeSS. According to different application environments, the minimum configuration is 96 EUs, and the maximum configuration is 192 EUs.