Meteor Lake Might Get Pushed To 2023

According to a recent speculation, Intel's 14th-generation computer CPUs would require a new socket.

According to Moore's Law is Dead (MLID), the rumoured new LGA 2551 connector won't be significantly bigger than the current LGA 1700 connector.

There was little question that the CPU would be released sometime in the next year.

The first Meteor Lake CPUs can now boot Windows and Linux, claims Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, and production is on schedule.

The most recent leaks indicated that Intel Meteor Lake would include a number of changes and enhancements.

This entails expanding the current hybrid design to three cores by introducing a third core type.

From DDR5-5000 to DDR5-9400, the utility learns to recognise a broad variety of new generation memory modules.

motherboards with AMD B650, X670, and X670E chipsets now have better sensor support.

Although the latter should be announced in the coming days, it doesn't appear that Intel will ever fall behind with its Raptor Lake chips.