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Intel Debuts Meteor Lake Die, 'Intel 4' Node: 20% Higher Clocks at Same Power, 2X Area Scaling


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Intel announced the first details of its 'Intel 4' process node and shared an image of a Meteor Lake compute die at the 2022 IEEE VLSI Symposium. Intel claims impressive results with its new 'Intel 4' node over its previous-gen 'Intel 7' node, including 21.5% higher frequencies at the same power, or a 40% power reduction at the same frequency. Intel also claims a 2X area scaling improvement, meaning it has doubled transistor density for the high-performance libraries. The Intel 4 node is also the company's first to use EUV lithography. That's just to name a few among many other notable advancements that we'll cover in more detail below.

 

 

 

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I've said it before and I'll probably say it again. Love to see Intel getting their act together now that they're under serious pressure. That said, is long as AMD remains as competitive as they have been in recent years, I don't see myself going back to Intel. AMD is definitely the more consumer friendly of the two. 

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7 hours ago, UltraMega said:

I've said it before and I'll probably say it again. Love to see Intel getting their act together now that they're under serious pressure. That said, is long as AMD remains as competitive as they have been in recent years, I don't see myself going back to Intel. AMD is definitely the more consumer friendly of the two. 

 

Intel trying to beat multicore benchmark with their new 14/16 core mobile cpu that throttle to death. Meanwhile the 8 core ryzen just go full clock.

 

It pretty fun to see intel so far behind.

 

Only reason i got a 12700k was the singlethread since power consumption was not an issue for me.

 

The 5900x is a better chip it just not designed to be as high tdp.

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