Intel has a wafer full of Raptor Lake dies on display here at Innovation 2022 in San Jose, but after closer examination, it is apparent that the wafer contains 34-core Raptor Lake processors that haven’t been announced. It also appears that the wafer was displayed unintentionally. That’s exciting because Intel had already announced its Raptor Lake chips earlier today with a peak of 24 cores, but there wasn’t any mention of a 34-core model. Image We first discovered the wafer in the booth, and it was readily apparent that the dies were larger than the Raptor Lake desktop dies we saw in Israel . After a discussion with the booth staff and Dr. Ian Cutress of More Than Moore , the booth staff, unaware that these were unreleased CPUs, discovered a label on the carrier and realized that this was a wafer of unreleased CPU silicon. A closer look at the wafer implies that the design is not of the standard Raptor Lake CPUs. As you can see, the cores aren’t aligned horizontally in two rows as we see with the typical Raptor Lake die (you can see an Intel diagram of the Raptor Lake-S desktop chips in the second… Read full this story
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