July 17, 2024
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Intel's Arrow Lake chips could use an entirely new core design for the first time in years

After years of using the same fundamental design of processing cores in its desktop CPUs, it looks like Intel will mix things up a bit with its upcoming Arrow Lake architecture. Instead of two rows of main or Performance cores, followed by multiple banks of Efficient cores in recent designs, Arrow Lake could shift to a repeating sequence of blocks, containing four P cores and two banks of four E cores. And it could all be because to the use of profitable units.

The idea that Intel could be changing the layout of its processor cores has been suggested by Kepler_L2 in X and then confirmed by Bionic_Squash, two people highly respected for being quite accurate in terms of leaks and industry rumors.

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