Labeling processors for ordinary users has really caught on at Intel in recent years. A combination of one letter and number was enough to tell anyone what series of chip you have. But Intel will say goodbye to the iconic nomenclature to some extent soon.
Originally it was speculation based on the leaked product name Core Ultra 1003H. A new 18-core processor appeared in the Ashes of the Singularity benchmark. The director of global communications at Intel subsequently came with confirmation that the company is planning changes in the area of branding on the occasion of the launch of new processors from the Meteor Lake series.
According to the leak, it looks like the word Ultra will not be mandatory on the label. The new nomenclature could look like this:
- Core i9 1XX00H → Core (Ultra) 9 1X0XH
- Core i7 1XX00H → Core (Ultra) 7 1X0XH
- Core i5 1XX00H → Core (Ultra) 5 1X0XH
- Core i3 1XX00H → Core (Ultra) 3 1X0XH
In addition to the word Ultra, one number indicating the processor model is also moved. We will find out in a few weeks whether this version of the new nomenclature will really be used. Intel should soon share more information about the new generation of processors.
Source: Pctuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.
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