Intel's Lunar Lake And Arrow Lake Processing Chips Are Expected To Arrive Starting This September

At the Computex Taipei event earlier this month, Intel introduced their latest series of laptop processor chips, Intel Lunar Lake which saw it enter the market as another processor chip that focuses on the processing power of artificial intelligence in devices.

The processing chip itself is seen to be present with many changes even when compared to the Meteor Lake processing chip that was launched before, such as the absence of Hyperthreading features, the LPDDR5X memory chip built into the chip, changes in terms of CPU construction structure, and also manufacturing using the N3B process by TSMC, and not manufactured by Intel itself like their other CPUs.

Even so, it seems that details about the production of this processing chip have apparently been leaked to the web arena, where Benchlife, a technology news website reported that this Intel Lunar Lake processing chip will be shown around September, and the devices using the processing chip will started showing a month later.

In the meantime, they also say that more details about Intel's upcoming desktop processor chip series, namely Intel Arrow Lake will also be revealed this October. It is seen to introduce the Intel Z890 motherboard which still uses the LGA 1851 socket, but will show the addition of some new features.

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