Intel soon ready with Arrow Lake-S

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Intel is getting ready to unveil its latest line of desktop CPUs, called Arrow Lake-S. These new processors will fall under the Core Ultra 200 series umbrella and will offer a range of tiers and variants, including K, F and potentially T models in the future.

It is expected that Intel will make a minor adjustment to the product designation of its desktop CPUs. Reputable hardware leaker Raichu, known for accurate Intel leaks in the past, revealed some details about the upcoming lineup. The next-gen desktop CPU lineup is expected to include the following unlocked K-series models:

  • Core Ultra (9?) 285K
  • Core Ultra (7?) 265K
  • Core Ultra (5?) 245K

There is no mention of a 290K part, but these names should sound familiar. Intel had very similar names for mobile SKUs.

However, in this case we are looking at desktop CPUs. Raichu didn't mention Core Ultra tiers, but assuming only these three parts are launch SKUs (Intel typically has three K and KF SKUs at launch), the 265K is likely part of the Core Ultra 7 models.


Additionally, there is a list of non-K models known as "OC locked" with a TDP of 65W. This category is expected to include SKUs like 275, 255 and 240. The latter was already mentioned earlier and it will also appear with the F variant that lacks integrated graphics.

Although Raichu's leak, one should still take it with a grain of salt. In fact, it is possible that SKUs like the 290K may still be launched, just as the new KS version. Wouldn't that make more sense? It's hard to say, the next desktop lineup will be the most significant change in Intel desktop portfolio designations in over a decade.

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