Now it’s not just Intel Core, but Intel Core Ultra.

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They have the same number of cores

After the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H processor lit up in Geekbench today, descriptions of several more Meteor Lake models appeared on the Web. 

Intel Core Ultra
Intel Core Ultra

More precisely, the Golden Pig Upgrade Pack insider talks about Core Ultra 7 155H, Core Ultra 7 165H, and Core Ultra 9 185H. 

Now it’s not just Intel Core, but Intel Core Ultra.

The Core Ultra 7 155H will be clocked at 4.3-4.8 GHz, the Core Ultra 7 165H will operate at 4.4-5.0 GHz, and the Core Ultra 9 185H will offer 4.5-5.1 GHz. These are the frequencies of large nuclei. Small ones in all cases will operate at frequencies of 2.8–3.8 GHz.  

What is important is that all of the listed CPUs have the same number of cores. These are six large and eight small. There are two more cores in the SoC chipset, but their purpose is still unclear. 

Thus, there will not be much difference between the Core Ultra 7 155H and the Core Ultra 9 185H, although the iGPU issue remains open. 

The Golden Pig Upgrade Pack insider once shared Intel CPU performance leaks of different generations and published Intel slides describing Meteor Lake CPUs. 

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