Intel Arrow Lake-P GPU to get 320 execution units?

Posted on Tuesday, August 10 2021 @ 22:09 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Nearly a week ago, we first heard about a couple of new Intel codenames like Arrow Lake, Lunar Lake, and Nova Lake. Arrow Lake is said to be the successor of Meteor Lake, it's believed to be on Intel's roadmap for a late 2023 introduction. Now there is some more information about Arrow Lake-P.

Citing a presentation from YouTuber AdoredTV, VideoCardz reports the mobile Arrow Lake-P could feature a GT3 GPU with up to 320 execution units. That's a massive increase versus the up to 96 execution units used by the upcoming 12th Gen Core Alder Lake-P.

Arrow Lake-P is rumored to feature up to six "Lion Cove" performance cores in combination with up to eight "Skymont" high-efficiency cores.
It is said that the mobile version of the Arrow Lake would feature 6 big cores and 8 little cores. This might be a bit surprising as the upcoming Alder Lake-P series is already expected to offer such a configuration. It is even more confusing once we look at the original Arrow lake leak, which claimed that a desktop version would have as many as 8 big cores and 32 small cores. What is important to note here though, is that the P mobile series are not the flagship series. With Alder Lake, Intel will now be introducing a new S-series segment with TDP ranging from 45 to 55W, while the P series are divided into 15/28 and 45W TDP segments.

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