Intel’s 7nm “Meteor Lake” compute tile has taped in

Published: May 24th 2021, 16:25 GMT   Comments

Intel Meteor Lake has taped in

Intel has confirmed that Meteor Lake’s compute tile has taped in.

Tape-in is relatively a new term used for non-monolithic designs. Intel Meteor Lake will be one of such designs as it features different manufacturing processes and will be packed using Intel Foveros technology. Today Intel has confirmed that Meteor Lake’s compute tile has taped in which means that the design is ready and it can now be completed to tape out the whole chip.

Intel Meteor Lake is now rumored to power the 14th Gen Core series, which are expected after Raptor Lake, a successor to Alder Lake. There are many codenames being used by Intel and there is certainly a lot happening at Intel right now.

Intel has confirmed that Meteor Lake is a 2023 product, and it will feature a 7nm Enhanced SuperFin node. It is rumored to feature a hybrid of Redwood Cove core and ‘Next Mont’ architectures. It will be Intel’s fourth product series to feature a hybrid of high-performance and high-efficiency cores. The series is rumored to be the last to support the LGA1700 socket, which is now set to debut later this year with 600 series motherboards for Alder Lake CPUs.

Meteor Lake was announced by Pat Gelsinger at IDM 2.0, Source: Intel

Intel Mainstream Desktop CPU Series Specs
VideoCardz.comRocket Lake-SAlder Lake-SRaptor Lake-SMeteor Lake-SLunar Lake-S
Launch DateMarch 30, 2021Q4 2021202220232024 (?)
Fabrication Node14nm10nm Enhanced SuperFin10nm Enhanced SuperFin (?)7nm Enhanced SuperFinTBC
Core µArchCypress CoveGolden Cove + GracemontGolden Cove + Gracemont (?)Redwood Cove + ‘Next Mont’ (?)TBC
Graphics µArchGen12.1Gen12.2Gen12.2Gen 12.7Gen 13
Max Core Countup to 8 coresup to 16 (8+8)up to 16 (8+8)TBCTBC
PCIe GenPCIe 4.0PCIe 5.0PCIe 5.0PCIe 5.0PCIe 5.0
Intel Core Series11th Gen Core-S12th Gen Core-S13th Gen Core-S14th Gen Core-S15th Gen Core-S
Motherboard ChipsetsIntel 500 (Z590)Intel 600 (eg. Z690)TBCTBCTBC

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