We know the names of the desktop processors that will arrive at the end of the year

We know the names of the desktop processors that will arrive at the end of the year

Intel's 14th generation Raptor Lake CPUs have just been released, but some gamers already have their eyes on the chip giant's next generation: Arrow Lake.

We know the names of the desktop processors that will arrive at the end of the year

At a recent MSI event, TOPPC, the company's leading in-house overclocker, gave some exciting hints about what we can expect from Arrow Lake desktop processors when they arrive at the end of 2024. Although not very specific, comments from TOPPC reports that Intel's Arrow Lake-S “Core Ultra 200” desktop processors will feature an updated DDR5 memory controller. It can enable a huge increase in DDR5 operating speed.

The current generation of Raptor Lake chipsets officially only support DDR5-5600, but overclocking pros have already pushed the stacks beyond the DDR5-11,000 barrier on high-end Z790 motherboards. If the rumors are confirmed, it is possible that the enhanced memory controller will be enabled in Arrow Lake Support speeds faster than DDR5-10000 out of the boxwhich will allow exceeding the maximum of 12000MT/s for overclocked DIMMs.

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The memory routing is consistent with other previously leaked Arrow Lake desktop specs. The chips are expected to use a new LGA 1851 socket and 800 chipset, with up to 24 cores (8P+16E) without Hyper-Threading enabled. DDR5 will be the only memory type supported, Without DDR4 compatibility. We also expect an increase in PCIe 5.0 lanes for the CPU and chipset.

In addition, we now know thanks to leaker Raichu that the first chips to be released for the Arrow Lake series will be the Intel Core Ultra 9,285 KB, Ultra Core 7,265 KB, Ultra Core 245 KB. If these names seem complicated to you, you can read our article where we explain how to navigate between them.

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After that, we expect to see more non-K chips, that is, chips that are not compatible with overclocking. These new processors are supposed to arrive at the end of 2024, but obviously we'll keep you posted.

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