Intel Meteor Lake appears to be dropping back to six performance cores, but don’t panic

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Shock news doing the rounds last week suggested Intel’s upcoming Meteor Lake CPU will drop down to just six Performance-cores (opens in new tab) from the eight seen in both Alder Lake 12th Gen (opens in new tab) and current Raptor Lake 13th Gen (opens in new tab) chips.

Due next year, Meteor Lake will be the first of a brave new dynasty of chiplet-based CPUs where the CPU cores, the graphics core and IO functionality will each be given their own separate die or “tile” in Intel parlance….

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