From Toms Hardware: Intel's 14th Generation Core series set to be released this year includes codenamed Meteor Lake processors for laptops and codenamed Raptor Lake Refresh CPUs for desktops. The exact reason why Intel decided to release its codenamed Meteor Lake processors only for notebooks this year is unknown. Still, this product is coming to desktops, the company said.
"[Meteor Lake] desktop will come in 2024," said Michelle Johnston Holthaus, Executive Vice President & General Manager of Client Computing Group at Intel, in an interview with PCWorld's Mark Hachman. "I want one processor family top to bottom for both segments, doesn't everybody?
But what do we know about Intel's Meteor Lake-S so far? Not much.
We may speculate that Intel's Meteor Lake-S CPUs will share up to six high-performance cores up to N energy-efficient cores, but this is about it. Such a configuration is good enough for compact desktops, but it will hardly cater to the demands of gaming enthusiasts.
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