The PL2 of Intel Alder Lake-P may reach up to 115W
Recently, the famous PC enthusiast Coelacanth’s Dream wrote a new article and published it on the blog, involving the decoding of Intel’s latest patch, allowing everyone to have a deeper understanding of some undisclosed information about the upcoming Alder Lake-P mobile processor. This information indicates that some Intel Alder Lake-P mobile processors can be configured with a TDP of up to 115W. It may become Intel’s most power-hungry processor in the history of notebook computers.
These numbers do seem to be quite high, but Intel now allows OEMs to greatly adjust their TDP, and carry out targeted tuning and configuration, which is more flexible than before, rather than static TDP. Intel provides two different levels of Turbo Boost to improve efficiency with better optimization. Therefore, in the past few years, Intel’s mobile processors generally have higher TDP numbers.