Intel officially launched the 12th-generation Core desktop processor Alder Lake-S to the market earlier this month. The desktop version of the new generation of processors is relatively rare in recent years. Of course, when the mobile version of Alder Lake-P was released, everyone basically guessed next year’s CES 2022. Today, Gregory M Bryant, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s Client Computing Division, announced via social media, Intel’s Alder Lake-P processors have now been shipped to customers, which indicates that the development of the 12-generation Core mobile processors has been completed, and the rest is left to various OEMs to build various notebook products.
Alder Lake-P processors will have two different cores, the mobile version has up to 8 E-Cores and 6 P-Cores, 14 cores and 20 threads, equipped with 96 EU core displays, and the BGA Type3 package size is 50* 25*1.3mm. The low-power mobile version has up to 8 E-Cores and 2 P-Cores, 10 cores and 12 threads, and is equipped with 96 EU core displays. The package size of BGA Type4 HDI is 28.5*19*1.1mm.
In fact, every OEM manufacturer is testing the 12th generation Core mobile processor. There are already many notebooks equipped with Alder Lake-P processors in various test databases. According to Intel’s personality, we should see dozens of notebooks equipped with new processors appear at next year’s CES 2022, and it is very likely that we will see the Xe-HPG debut on the same stage.