Raptor Lake Invigorate will be Intel's last computer chip setup before it changing to Center Ultra marking
Intel has shared another banner on Bilibili that formally affirms the presence of a Raptor Lake invigorate. The new central processor setup will take on Intel's current Intel Center I series terminology and show up as fourteenth Era items. The new invigorate will comprise of two central processor stages, one for work area and one for portable, including S series and HX/U series parts for elite execution and ultrabook PCs.
We previously found out about Raptor Lake Revive as far as possible back in 2022 when an Intel guide was released on the web. The spilled guide uncovered purchaser and workstation work area central processor setups with 35W – 125W TDPs, but the guide was spilled so there was an opportunity it was confronted. Be that as it may, a while later the break was compounded by motherboard Profiles refreshes highlighting support for “future” Intel central processors, which really affirmed its presence. The Profiles refreshes demonstrated this on the grounds that Intel's cutting edge computer processor design, Meteor Lake, will utilize a spic and span attachment, making current motherboard similarity impossib.
The one thing breaks and bits of gossip didn't represent was a Raptor Lake invigorate for versatile computer processors as well as work area. Intel's new banner currently affirms that the new revive will show up the two stages, explicitly including elite execution HX-series versatile parts and low-power U-series parts. Be that as it may, peculiarly, the U-series parts will accompany a completely unique classification and be named “Intel Center first era processor” rather than fourteenth gen. As indicated by a back and forth discussion reply, Intel is doing this in light of the fact that the U-series parts will be emerging sometime in the future, it doesn't make sense of why Intel isn't changing to its recently declared Center Ultra classification all things considered.