Intel LGA 1851 Platform Rumors: Longevity Up Till 2026, Arrow Lake CPUs First Desktop Family, DDR5-Only

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Some new info relating to the Intel LGA 1851 platform which will include support for the next-gen Arrow Lake Desktop CPUs has actually been exposed.

Reports Point To Intel LGA 1851 SocketPlatform Lasting Up Till 2026: First Supported By Arrow Lake-S CPUs With DDR5 Only Compatibility

We understand a fair bit currently about Intel’s LGA 1851 socket platform but new details or reports (as I would state) have actually been exposed by @leaf_hobby (through Videocardz). The leaker begins by specifying that Intel’s LGA 1851 socket will last till 2026 so that need to cover a minimum of three generations of CPUs beginning with Arrow Lake-S CPUs next year if we think about a yearly cadence. A current report by Benchlfie exposes a 2H 2024 launch plan for Arrow Lake Desktop CPUs which is a year after the 14th Gen Raptor Lake’s refresh.

To quickly summarize the information, the rumors show the following features for Intel’s LGA 1851 socket and Arrow Lake family:

  • LGA 1851 Socket Longevity Planned Uptill 2026
  • DDR5 Only Compatibility, No DDR4 Support
  • Begins With 800-Series Motherboards
  • Assistance For Up To DDR5-6400 Memory (Native JEDEC)
  • Increased PCIe Gen 5.0 Lanes Through CPU & PCH
  • Arrow Lake-S First Desktop Family Supported
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature 3 MB L2 Cache Per P-Core
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature refreshed Alchemist iGPUs
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature integrated LLC “Adamantine” for GPU Tile
  • Arrow Lake-S CPUs feature 8 +16, 8 +0, 6 +8 CPU SKUs
  • Introducing In 2H 2024

On the memory compatibility side of things, Intel will be biding farewell to DDR4 memory entirely and changing to DDR5 only for the LGA 1851 platforms. The platform is said to support faster DDR memory DIMMs (5th Gen) with faster speeds than the DDR5-5600 MT/s supported by existing Intel Raptor Lake (Refresh) CPUs. AMD likewise supports DDR5 memory only on its brand name new AM5 socket & given the decreasing costs of the newer requirement, it needs to be far more budget friendly and on par with DDR4 a year far from now. You can already find some packages at extremely decent prices so the worth aspect of getting a DDR4 motherboard/memory combination is decreasing almost on a monthly basis now.

As for the CPU household itself, Intel’s Arrow Lake-S Desktop CPUs are stated to feature a series of titles that consist of IOE-P Tile, Compute Tile, SOC Tile, and Graphics Tile. This is part of the disaggregated chip style that will first be featured on the 1st Gen “Core Ultra” CPUs codenamed Meteor Lake in the coming months for laptops. The CPUs are stated to embrace an additional LLC( Last Level Cache) & which may be the Adamantine Cache that we became aware of a while back. There is likewise said to be a larger L2 cache per core which is increased from 2 MB to 3 MB. Benchmarks of an 8 +16 setup have shown up to 21% gain in CPU and over 2x iGPU perf vs Raptor Lake CPUs. These are forecasted benchmarks and can alter by the time of launch. There are reports that the family is going to include a 6 +8 and 8 +0 configuration but

based on previous leaks, we know the following SKU lineup for Arrow Lake-S chips: Arrow Lake-S 24( 8P+ 16E)/ 4 Xe Cores/ 125W TDP Arrow Lake-S 24( 8P +16E)/ 4 Xe Cores/ 65W TDP Arrow Lake-S 24( 8P +16E)/ 4 Xe Cores/ 35W TDP For the iGPU side, the Intel Arrow Lake-S Desktop CPUs will be integrating a refreshed Arc Xe-LPG design based on the Alchemist architecture which will first be included on Meteor Lake CPUs. This refreshed design may use greater clocks and some

  • key advantages and will be replaced by the more recent Xe2-LPG GPUs including Battlemage architecture with the Lunar Lake CPUs though they will be delivered to ultra-low power laptops just. Back to the Intel LGA 1851 platform, the very first motherboards will become part of the 800-series family & include three SKUs, Z890, W880, B860, h810, and q870.< img decoding= "async" loading= "lazy" class="

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  •×412.jpg 768w,×824.jpg 1536w,×1099.jpg 2048w,×781.jpg 1456w,×1031.jpg 1920w” sizes=” (max-width: 728px )100vw, 728px” > The Z890 platform is expected to include up to 60 HSIO channels (26 CPU+ 34 PCH while the B860 and H810 platforms will include 44 and 32 HSIO channels, respectively. Intel’s 800-series platform will also support as much as DDR5-6400 memory natively and with 48 GB memory module compatibility. Besides that, WiFi 7 and 5 GbE are likewise going to be talking points as Intel brings them to customers throughout all sectors.

    In general, it is definitely a fascinating lineup but whether it will be enough to deal with the AMD Ryzen 8000 CPUs featuring the Zen 5 and RDNA 3.5 core architectures next year stays to be seen. The company has an Innovation occasion planned for 19th September so we can anticipate more details then.

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