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Alder Lake-S may be first desktop 10nm chip by Intel
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    • LGA1700 socket (again, each year will be new socket!)
    • 45 × 37,5mm size
    • PCIe 4.0 or even PCIe 5.0 support
    • DDR5 SDRAM
    • 4 channel memory support possible
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  • First leaks about Intel impotency

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    • 10nm (that still does not work normal for now)
    • Large (normal) and small (Atom like) cores
    • TDP up to 125 watts, less capable models will be 80 watts
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    Screenshot of some dvelopers doc page, so it is LGA 1700 for certain.

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  • DDR5 proof

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  • Alder Lake-P (notebook chips)

    • 6/12 Golden Cove CPU cores
    • 8/8 Gracemont Low Power Atom class CPU cores
    • 10m CPU and 14nm PCH in one package, 50x25mm
    • PCIe CPU - Gen5 x8 + 2x Gen4 x4
    • PCIe PCH - Gen3 x12
    • 24MB LLC Cache
    • GPU - Xe 96 EUs, 4x Display-out, DisplayPort 1.4b; AV1 accelerated encode; GNA 3.0
    • DDR4-3200 up to 64 GB support, DDR5-4400 up to 64 GB support
    • 4x Thunderbolt 4 + 1x Maple Ridge IO
    • Wi-Fi 6E 802.11axR2

    Alder Lake-S (desktop chips, can be used in gamers notes)

    • 8/16 Golden Cove CPU cores
    • 8/8 Gracemont Low Power Atom class CPU cores
    • BGA option, Intel can start offering soldered CPUs for desktops
    • 10m CPU 45mm x 37.5mm and 14nm PCH 28mm x 25mm, separate
    • PCIe CPU - Gen5 x16 + Gen4 x4
    • PCIe PCH - Gen4 x16 + Gen3 x12
    • 30MB LLC Cache
    • GPU - Xe 32 EUs, 4x Display-out, DisplayPort 1.4b; AV1 accelerated encode; GNA 3.0
    • DDR4-3200 up to 128 GB support, DDR5-4400 up to 128 GB support
    • 2x Maple Ridge IO
    • Wi-Fi 6E 802.11axR2
    • TDP up to 125 W
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  • Geekbench

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  • How it all looks

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    Proof of DDR5 support.

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  • On mobile ones

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    • Intel M5 – 5W-7W chips for tablets with Lakefield-like 1 big + 4 small core designs and 48 or 64 GPU execution units
    • Intel U9 – 9W – 15W chips for ultra-thin laptops including 2 big + 4 or 8 small cores and 80eu or 96 eu graphics (there may also be a 1 big + 4 small + 48eu chip in this range)
    • Intel U15 – 12W/15W/20W mainstream laptop chips with similar properties to the U9, but higher power consumption (and presumably higher clock speeds)
    • Intel U28 – 20W – 28W “performance” chips with either 4 big + 8 small or 6 big + 8 small cores and 96eu graphics
    • Intel H45 – 35W – 45W “thin enthusiast” chips for gaming laptops and workstations with 4 big + 8 small or 6 big + 8 small CPU cores + 96eu graphics
    • Intel H55 – 45-55 watt processors with 8 big and 8 small cores + 32eu graphics, likely because these chips are designed for “muscle laptops” where they’ll be paired with discrete graphics (there may also be a 4 big + 8 small core version)
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  • Coming in Q1 2022

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