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It has been revealed how to change the name of the big Intel

It has been revealed how to change the name of the big Intel

We also got a whole new product category with the arrival of the next generation of CPUs.

Back in the spring, there were rumors that with this year’s Meteor Lake generation, Intel could say goodbye to the well-established “i” designation in the names of its processors. The information was then confirmed by the Blues themselves at the beginning of May, but at the time they did not reveal exactly how the system in use had changed since the fall of 2008.

In the end, we had to wait until now for official information, but this may disappoint those who expected a bolder change in direction.

Meteor Lake CPUs using the Intel 4 production standard will simply come under the name Intel 3/5/7/9, i.e. the blue ones only removed the letter i. However, what’s really new is that the new processors will be available in two variants this time around, with Normal and Ultra performance levels.

However, the more powerful version will only be available for Intel 5, 7, and 9 series, while interested parties can only opt for the entry-level Intel 3 Standard Edition. Intel also announced that it is in the process of changing the numbering of its CPUs, which will make “Intel Core Ultra 7 ## xx processorStandard will be followed.

It is not yet known exactly when the 14th generation resources based on the Redwood Cove architecture will be released, with Intel only revealing so far that the presentation is due sometime in 2023.

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