Intel Confirms Meteor Lake Supports LGA1851 Socket and LPDDR5X-7500 Memory –

Intel Meteor Lake has confirmed that it features a new socket

Intel has revealed some confidential information about its upcoming products.

The data is not easily accessible, but addresses of hidden documents are listed in a publicly available website map. This was spotted by ComputerBase. These titles provide very basic information about upcoming desktop, server, and laptop products.

Starting from the LGA1851 socket. In fact, this is not the first time we have learned about the new platform for future desktop CPUs. This socket was already mentioned by Benchlife as early as June this year. The documentation does not confirm that Arrow Lake-S is compatible with this socket, but it does confirm Meteor Lake-S.

Intel LGA-1851 socket, Source: Intel

Some of the addresses from exposed links display the most interesting information for consumers:

LGA1851 socket

  • lga1851-mtl-ps-interposer-for-the-gen5-vr-test-tool
  • lga1851-mtl-ps-interposer-internal-models only

Meteorite Lake-S.

  • meteor lake-p-lpddr5x-7500-x32-type-4-alpha-pdk-for-memory-suppliers
  • meteor lake m-lpddr5x-6400-type-4-alpha-pdk-for-memory-suppliers
  • meteor-Lake-s-ddr5-beta-cpu-Upgrade-for-Memory-Suppliers

Arrow Lake-S

  • arrow-Lake-s-ddr5-Qual-cpu-Upgrade-for-Memory-Suppliers

The 14th Gen Core series is said to be designed for the LGA1851 socket and is actually the same size as the LGA1700 currently used for the Alder / Raptor Lake series. It’s not clear why Meteor Lake would need a new socket anyway, but among many possible reasons, IHS has been revealed to be slightly longer, possibly due to the more advanced multi-tile packing technology used in the series.

Intel LGA-1851 socket, Source: Benchlife

So, Intel has confirmed that the LGA1851 socket exists and is even designed for Meteor Lake-S. There’s no reason to think Arrow Lake-S won’t be socket-compatible either. The leaked documents go further by sharing details about memory support for the new Meteor series of handhelds. The P series is said to support LPDDR5X-7500 memory.

With new information about the upcoming Raptor Lake-Refresh, the roadmap for client CPUs could look like this.

Rumor of Intel’s flagship CPU roadmap
Cards video Alder Lake Raptor Lake Raptor Lake update Meteor Lake Arrow Lake Moon Lake
Desktop release date Fourth quarter 2021 Fourth quarter 2022 Third quarter 2023 2024 (?) TBC TBC
CPU node Intel 7 Intel 7 Intel 7 Intel 4 intel 20 a intel 18a
µArch big kernel Golden Cove Raptor Cove Raptor Cove Redwood Cove Lyon Cove TBC
µArch microkernel gracemont gracemont gracemont crestmont skymont TBC
µArch graphics Xe-LP Xe-LP Xe-LP Xe– liquefied petroleum gas Xe– liquefied petroleum gas Xe2– liquefied petroleum gas
The maximum number of CPU cores 16 (8c + 8c) 24 (8c + 16c) 24 (8c + 16c) TBC 40 (8c + 32c) TBC
The maximum number of GPU cores 96 EU 96 EU 96 EU 128 EU 320 eu TBC
desktop socket LGA-1700 LGA-1700 LGA-1700 LGA-1851 LGA-1851 TBC
Memory support DDR4-3200
PCIe Gen PCIe 5.0 PCIe 5.0 PCIe 5.0 PCIe 5.0 TBC TBC
Intel Core series twelfth generation core Thirteenth Generation Core Thirteenth generation (?) 14 generation core TBC TBC

Source: Intelvia @harukaze5719ComputerBase

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