Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger may visit Taiwan Next Month according to our source digitimes.
Also, Intel 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs have been delayed and pushed then launch in late 2023. This delay comes as a surprise to many, as the release of these CPUs was highly anticipated.
However, Intel has stated that they are working on “a number of issues” with the new CPUs and need more time to resolve them. So what does this mean for consumers? What should we expect from the new CPUs?
Here is a tweet from chiakokhua.
DigiTimes report on 2022.07.08:
"Intel CEO visiting Taiwan in August to discuss 3nm orders with TSMC" pic.twitter.com/QBaa2Kf3gA
— RetiredEngineer® (@chiakokhua) July 8, 2022
Intel has not provided a new launch date for the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs, but they have said that they are working hard to resolve the issues and get the CPUs out as soon as possible. In the meantime, consumers can expect Intel to continue releasing their 13th Gen CPUs, which are based on the same architecture as the 12th Gen CPUs. This means that there will be no major performance boost with the new CPUs, but they will offer higher clock speeds and better power efficiency.
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While it is disappointing to see the launch of the 14th Gen Meteor Lake CPUs delayed, we can understand why Intel needs more time to perfect them. We hope that they are able to resolve the issues quickly and that the new CPUs will be worth the wait. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.
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