The WCCFTech web resource has shared the latest information about future generations of Intel desktop processors. We are talking about Meteor Lake-S and Arrow Lake-S chips for the LGA1851 mass platform, which will replace the LGA1700 next year. These processors will form the 14th and 15th generation Core lines, respectively.
Starting with the 14th generation Core processors, Intel will move to a multi-chip layout. The CPU Meteor Lake-S will use separate crystals with x86 cores, graphics unit and system logic. The maximum number of cores will be 22 pieces: 6 high-performance Redwood Cove and 16 energy-efficient Crestmont cores. This is less than the current 13th generation Core CPUs (Raptor Lake-S), and the increase in performance, apparently, will come from architectural improvements.
In the 15th generation Core processors (Arrow Lake-S), the number of x86 cores will grow to 24 pieces: 8 high-performance and 16 power-efficient. A common feature of the new products will be a graphic block, akin to discrete graphics cards of the Intel Arc Battlemage family. The passport TDP level will still be equal to 35, 65 or 125 W, however, it is better to judge the “appetite” of modern Intel chips by the Maximum Turbo Power parameter. By the way, for the Core i9-13900K it is 253 watts.