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Intel’s roadmap to 2025 unveiled?

Intel’s roadmap to 2025 unveiled?

Let’s start with usage recommendations…Maybe even more so on this “leaked” Intel CPU roadmap taking us to 2025. Caution is required because many elements within this roadmap, published at Videocardz, are questionable. However, and this is the particularity of this information, others are much more credible and especially confirmed by several sources.

Intel Hybrid cpu

A leak combining verified elements and big speculations

So be careful, the mix of reliable information with possible dubious leaks does not guarantee anything but it was interesting to give you this vision of what could be the Intel CPU roadmap until 2025. Until now, we had no visibility beyond Meteor Lake. Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake are supposed to follow and allow Intel to increase the number of cores within its hybrid architecture. Note that Lunar Lake has already appeared in some leaks, in this case, this generation could combine elements from TSMC with an engraving in 3nm.

An Intel roadmap 100% Hybrid CPU

Nova Lake would be a new architecture that would arrive in 2025, still following the hybrid concept with the combination of high performance cores ( Panther Cove) and low power Darkmont cores.


Intel roadmap

The roadmap published by Videocardz


The “hybrid” adventure should begin in a few weeks at Intel with Alder Lake, and we think we can give you news on the subject very quickly.

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