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Unveiling the Intel Ultra 5 135U Processor: 2 Performance Cores, 8 Efficiency Cores, and 2 Low-Power Efficiency Cores

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Intel has been embroiled in discontent since the company initiated the implementation of anticipated developments. On November 10th, Intel’s highly anticipated Ultra 1st generation mobile processor, codenamed “Meteor Lake,” is slated for an official launch on December 14.

Several H series models, previously shrouded in secrecy, have surfaced, including the enigmatic Ultra 7 165H, characterized by 6 P cores, 8 E cores, and 2LPE (low-power E core) specifications. Presently, the U-series model, Ultra 5 135U, within the Ultra 1 generation, has been unveiled, boasting specifications of 2P cores, 8E cores, and 2LPE cores.

The Ultra 5 135U processor features a formidable configuration with 12 cores and 14 threads, complemented by a robust level 3 cache of 12MB and an Ultra Turbo frequency reaching 4.4GHz. By way of comparison, the incumbent i5-1335U processor adheres to 2P core + 8E core specifications and achieves an acceleration frequency of 4.6GHz.

Performance metrics reveal that the Ultra 5 135U attained a single-core score of 2176 and an impressive multi-core score of 9396. In contrast, the i5-1335U may approach the threshold of 2300 points in the single-core domain and reach 9000 points in multi-core performance. According to prior reports from the tech locality, Intel unveiled the Meteor Lake processor in September of this year. Officials avow that the Intel Core Ultra processor, denoted as Meteor Lake, signifies a pivotal juncture in Intel’s client processor trajectory.

This processor marks a departure by embracing a core chip design, leveraging the Intel4 process, and employing Foveros packaging technology. The paramount feature of this processor series lies in its core display. As per official statements, the graphics module (GPU Tile) within the Intel Core Ultra 1st generation mobile processor seamlessly integrates the Intel Sharp Graphics Architecture, boasting an expansive 8Xe core scale.

Officials contend that it can deliver graphics performance akin to independent graphics cards, supporting advanced features such as ray tracing and Intel XeSS, all while doubling the performance per watt. Furthermore, the latest iteration of core graphics exhibits an elevated frequency, surpassing 2GHz under identical voltage conditions. This novel core display is meticulously optimized for DX12U, incorporates a frame-doubling function, and extends support for the innovative “Out of Order Sampling.”As of now, Intel has refrained from divulging specific details regarding the model and parameters of the Intel Core Ultra processor.

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