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Intel To Host Innovation 2023 Event on 19th September: Meteor Lake, Raptor Lake Refresh & Alchemist+ Expected


Intel will be hosting its much anticipated Innovation 2023 event in September where the company will talk about multiple products.

Intel To Unveil Next-Gen Product Lineups At Innovation 2023 Event in September

The company's next On-Event will be Innovation 2023 and it will take place between 19th and 20th September. This is a major event where Intel would introduce multiple product lineups & also talk about what's coming next.

Intel is on the leading edge of technology and what’s going on in the real world. We are uniquely positioned to bring the industry together and dive deep into hardware and software technology solutions, that are pushing the envelope and changing the world. We are bringing the best of the industry, the future of technology, and even the Intel Developer Forum to Intel Innovation 2023.

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At the previous Innovation event, Intel's CEO, Pat Gelsinger, formally unveiled the Arc graphics line, IFS services, and the 6 GHz Core i9-13900KS. This year, we can also expect not one but three major announcements. Intel's 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs are expected to launch in 2H 2023 so that'll be a major talking point. The new Meteor Lake CPUs will be Intel's first client CPUs with a multi-tile x86 architecture (disaggregated). The CPU will feature new cores, a new VPU, onboard Alchemist GPUs, and more. Intel will also unveil its new branding for Meteor Lake CPUs which will be used for all line of CPUs moving forward.

In addition to the mobility stuff, Intel also plans to unveil its 14th Gen Raptor Lake Refresh Desktop CPUs which are supposed to offer even faster clock speeds. These chips will be compatible with the existing 600 and 700 series motherboards and will be the last LGA 1700/1800 family of processors.

Lastly, we might also be getting an update on the graphics side of things. Intel's Arc has been out for almost a year and there are reports that an Alchemist refresh in the form of Alchemist+ is in the works. This would mark an intermediate solution before the company shifts to the more high-end Battlemage GPUs in 2024. And finally, we can get more detailed roadmaps as to what the company plans on bringing on the CPU and GPU side over the next couple of years.

Written by Hassan Mujtaba

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