Intel “Arrow Lake” Ultra 200 CPU Specifications Leak

Intel Arrow Lake Ultra 200K series specifications leak – Up to 24 cores

New leak from have revealed the core counts of the entire Intel Arrow Lake desktop CPU lineup. This includes the core counts of K-series and non-K series SKUs, and reveals that there will be no Ultra 3-class Arrow Lake processors.

Intel’s three K-series Ultra 200 series processors will be the Ultra 9 285K, the Ultra 7 265K, and the Ultra 5 245K. The Ultra 9 model will have 24 cores with 8 P-Cores and sixteen E-cores. Furthermore, the Ultra 7 model will have 20 cores with 8 P-Cores and 12 E-Cores. Finally, the Ultra 5 model should feature 6 P-cores and eight E-cores.

For Intel’s non-K series Ultra 5 parts, Intel will be shipping CPUs with fewer E-cores. This will give Intel’s lower-end Ultra 5 CPUs six P-cores and four E-cores.

Below is what benchlife had to say about Intel’;s upcoming Arrow Lake Ultra series processors.

what we know about the Intel Core Ultra 2 series of Arrow Lake-S product plans is that there will be three products of the 125W K series processors, covering Intel Core Ultra 9, Core Ultra 7 and Core Ultra 5, of which Intel Core Ultra 9 will be processors in 24C/24T (8 + 16) configurations, followed by 20C / 20T (8 + 12) and 14C / 14T (6 + 8) configurations.

As for the non-K series, that is, the 65W part of the processor planning, in principle it is the same as the K series, except that a 10C / 10T (6 + 4) configuration processor will be provided in the Intel Core Ultra 5 part.

Already known information, Intel Core Ultra 2 will have a total of 8 Arrow Lake-S generation processors in 125W and 65W. As for the 35W products, there will be 13 processors; Arrow Lake-S only provides Intel Core Ultra 9, Core Ultra 7 and Core Ultra 5 series processors.

Recent rumours have also suggested that Intel’s Arrow Lake CPUs will feature lower CPU clock speeds than their Raptor Lake counterparts. There are also claims that Intel will be abandoning hyper-threading with the release of Arrow Lake.

Intel are expected to launch their Arrow Lake CPU lineup later this year alongside new 800-series LGA-1851 motherboards. These motherboards will only support DDR5 memory, moving Intel away from the slower DDR4 standard.

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