Tuesday, January 4th 2022

Intel CES 2022 Live Blog: Alder Lake Mobile, Arc GPUs, Raptor Lake and More

Intel today is announcing a slew of new client computing products to kick-start the 2022 International CES. The "Alder Lake" CPU architecture now reaches the biggest class of consumers—notebooks, as well as mainstream desktops. In the mobile space, the company is announcing 12th Gen Core-H processors in the 35 W to 45 W segments with up to 14 CPU cores (6 P-cores and 8 E-cores); and new Core-U in the 15-28 W and 9 W categories; with up to 10 CPU cores (2 P-cores and 8 E-cores), as it detailed in older presentations of the architecture. We also expect the company to flesh out its Socket LGA1700 Core desktop processor lineup with new models across all four brands, and possibly even the entry-level. We're also expecting big announcements to the company's notebook co-engineering initiative, EVO.

18:01 UTC: Gregory Bryant takes center stage.
18:02 UTC: Arc Alchemist could get some show time.
18:04 UTC: Intel fleshes out the 12th Gen Core "Alder Lake"

18:05 UTC: 5.50 GHz Core i9-12900KS. Intel just neutralized the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. Ships to OEMs by end of Q1.

18:06 UTC: Intel debuts Core-H mobile processors.
18:10 UTC: More than 100 new H-series performance notebook designs.
18:14 UTC: The mobile processor lineup:
18:15 UTC: The Core Alder Lake-P series are designed for sleek performance laptops in the 28 W to 35 W segment.

18:16 UTC: Intel Raptor Lake confirmed for 2022

18:16 UTC: Arc GPU is coming to a notebook near you very soon (within H1-2022)
18:17 UTC: Intel acquires Screenovate, a tech that enables multi-device workspace.
18:21 UTC: Here we go, Intel Arc. Now shipping!
18:22 UTC: Alienware has a gaming notebook with Arc dGPU:
18:22 UTC: More than 50 devices with Arc dGPUs in the works. DeepLink technology makes the dGPU seamless with the iGPU.
18:23 UTC: Hyper Encode scales encoding workloads across dGPU and iGPU.
18:24 UTC: Death Stranding Director's Cut first game optimized for Arc.
The complete Intel slide deck for Core processors:
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10 Comments on Intel CES 2022 Live Blog: Alder Lake Mobile, Arc GPUs, Raptor Lake and More

#1
tussinman
Guest speaker (muscle guy) reminds me of post 2000s Ken Shamrock
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#2
phanbuey
The presentation skills needs work. Seem like exciting products though.
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AusWolf
Hyper Encode sounds awesome - one more reason not to turn off the iGPU in my PC. But where are the GPU specs, prices and shipping dates? We don't need a KS (Keep Spending) series CPU with a million W TDP, but we desperately need a good series of GPUs to bring some competition to the table.
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Tomorrow
AusWolfHyper Encode sounds awesome - one more reason not to turn off the iGPU in my PC. But where are the GPU specs, prices and shipping dates? We don't need a KS (Keep Spending) series CPU with a million W TDP, but we desperately need a good series of GPUs to bring some competition to the table.
KS was made obviously to compete with Zen 3D.

But yeah no discrete Arc info was odd if like they say they want to release it in Q2. They cant even show a demo quarter before?
AMD showed Zen4 3 quarters before release.

It was only a little better than Nvidia's presentation. Especially the beginnig with real clocks in Hwinfo64. Assuming there was not a phase change cooler under the desk again.
And tho AMD was dissapointing in terms of lack of Zen 3D info - atleast they had sub 40 minute presentation without the automotive crap crammed in where both Nvidia and Intel spent 20+ minutes on it.
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#5
Steevo
So, GPU is still smoke and mirrors.
Throw a lot of TDP GHz to fend off AMD.
Here are some other slides to make it seem like we did a thing.

?Profit?
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#6
seth1911
KS :laugh: 250w for the cpu in 2022 :kookoo:
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#7
Tom Sunday
Indeed INTEL is very corporately and conservatively inclined including with their overall public communications. The company however is a monster. Intel research and development expenses for the twelve months ending June 30, 2021 were $14 Billion. The forecast for 2022 is set at $17 Billion. In 2020 AMD spent 1.98 Billion U.S. dollars on R&D. AMD revenue for the quarter ending September 30, 2021 was $4.3 Billion. Greetings from the man on the street looking in from the cold!
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ModEl4
Does anyone knows when the review embargo expires for the 65W Alder Lake based CPUs?

I'm interested particularly for the $97 12100F, it seems it would be around +5% faster in 720p gaming (or more) vs i5 10400F and maybe -5% in core heavy programs like cinebech but potentially a lot faster in some web browsing, office and imagine editing programs...
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Why_Me
ModEl4Does anyone knows when the review embargo expires for the 65W Alder Lake based CPUs?

I'm interested particularly for the $97 12100F, it seems it would be around +5% faster in 720p gaming (or more) vs i5 10400F and maybe -5% in core heavy programs like cinebech but potentially a lot faster in some web browsing, office and imagine editing programs...
artofpc.com/review/intel-core-i3-12100/

wccftech.com/intel-alder-lake-core-i3-12100f-cpu-is-the-fastest-quad-core-ever-made-beats-ln2-overclocked-chips-at-stock-clocks-with-stock-cooler/
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ModEl4
Why_Meartofpc.com/review/intel-core-i3-12100/

wccftech.com/intel-alder-lake-core-i3-12100f-cpu-is-the-fastest-quad-core-ever-made-beats-ln2-overclocked-chips-at-stock-clocks-with-stock-cooler/
Thanks!
I was wondering about the embargo because I would preferred to read an analytical review from techpowerup.
I'm not exactly in a hurry to buy right now but also I don't want to wait more than the end of this year. I have a feeling that when we go to Raptor Lake we may have plus 4 efficiency gracemont cores in the i3 range, which would be great time to buy a CPU at the $100 range!
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