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Intel Core Ultra 5 234V “Lunar Lake”: 8 cores, 8 threads and Xe2 iGPU for next-generation mobile performance

Further details on Intel’s next generation of mobile CPUs, Lunar Lake, have been released to the public. With 8 cores, a Battlemage “Xe2” iGPU and clock speeds of up to 3.1 GHz, Lunar Lake promises a significant leap in performance compared to the current Meteor Lake generation (as we have already reported).

The Lunar Lake CPUs were specially developed for thin and light notebooks, which should offer both high performance and long battery life. This is made possible by the combination of energy-efficient Skymont E cores and powerful Lion Cove P cores. The 8 8 core configuration of the Lunar Lake CPUs (MX series) offers 8 threads and is therefore ideal for multitasking applications and demanding tasks such as video editing and gaming. The integrated Battlemage “Xe2” iGPU ensures smooth video display and even allows you to play the latest games in high resolutions.

Impressive performance features:

  • Up to 3x faster NPU performance compared to Meteor Lake
  • LPDDR5x memory in the package for high bandwidth
  • Support for PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 memory
  • Improved AVX-512 performance
  • Integrated Thunderbolt 4 support

The first Lunar Lake CPUs are expected to be launched in limited quantities at the end of 2024. Mass availability is planned for early 2025 after CES 2025. Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs promise a significant leap in performance compared to the current generation and herald a new era of mobile computing power. With their innovative functions and high energy efficiency, they are ideal for thin and light notebooks that cut a fine figure both in the office and when gaming.

Additional details and speculation:

  • The leaked Intel Core Ultra 5 234V CPU is an engineering sample and final clock speeds could still vary.
  • It is assumed that Intel will offer the Battlemage “Xe2” iGPU in different configurations to meet different performance requirements.
  • The first Lunar Lake laptops are expected to be offered by well-known manufacturers such as Samsung, Dell and HP.
  • The price of Lunar Lake CPUs is expected to be slightly higher than the current Meteor Lake generation.

Intel’s Lunar Lake CPUs are an exciting glimpse into the future of mobile computing power. With their innovative features and high performance, they have the potential to revolutionize the thin and light notebook market.

Neues von Intels mobiler Lunar Lake CPU – Gerüchte bestätigen sich (Bild und Schema)

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eastcoast_pete

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Eine "8+8 Kernkonfiguration" wird doch mit einiger Sicherheit bis zu 16 Threads bieten, oder werden die E Kerne in Lunar Lake abgeschaltet wenn die Cove Kerne arbeiten?
Edit: der Text der Meldung sagt jetzt "4+4" , und das macht ja Sinn, denn Lunar Lake war ja auch entsprechend angekündigt. LL SoCs sind für besonders geringen Stromverbrauch in leichten Geräten (< 1 kg) ausgelegt. Aber schon interessant, daß Intel hier eine ähnliche Konfiguration wie Mediatek in deren 9300 Dimensity SoCs für Smartphones und Tablets nutzt (4 Cortex X4 plus 4 A720, die beide "große" ARM Kerne mit OOO usw sind), aber auch kein Multithreading haben.
Lunar Lakes Skymont E Kerne sind deutlich leistungsstärker ausgelegt als Gracemont und Crestmont, und können AVX512, das somit auch wieder in die Cove Kerne einziehen darf. Der Vergleich mit AMDs Zen4 und 5 und deren 4c bzw 5c Derivaten wird sehr interessant sein!

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Igor Wallossek

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Siehe verlinker Leak von mir ;)

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