Intel Lunar Lake-V CPUs: 8-core max, 8 Xe2 GPU cores, 32GB LPDDR5X, 17-30W TDP

Intel's next-generation Lunar Lake-V 'Core Ultra 200V' CPUs will feature up to 8 cores, 8 GPU cores, and 32GB of on-package LPDDR5X memory.

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Intel's next-generation Lunar Lake-MX has been renamed to Lunar Lake-V, which features up to 8 CPU cores, 8 Xe2 GPU cores, and up to 32GB of on-package LPDDR5X memory.

Intel Lunar Lake-V CPUs: 8-core max, 8 Xe2 GPU cores, 32GB LPDDR5X, 17-30W TDP 7001

Insider Golden Pig Upgrade has leaked the name change to Lunar Lake-V, that Intel is dropping the "MX" branding from Lunar Lake and using the "V" branding. That means these processors will fall into the new Core Ultra 200V series CPU family when they launch later this year and into 2025.

Intel will use a single die for its Lunar Lake-V processors, with 4 P-Cores based on the Lion Cove CPU architecture and 4 LP-E Cores based on the Skymont CPU architecture. Golden Pig Upgrade says that Intel's Lunar Lake-V fleet of processors will all feature the same core count but will vary with CPU frequency, up to 8 Xe2 GPU cores, on-package LPDDR5X-8533 memory, and an optional fanned or fanless design.

TDP levels will fall between 17W and 30W, and while we'd usually see 15-28W, Lunar Lake-V is consuming slightly more power as it features on-package memory, which adds another couple of watts to the processor's overall TDP.

Intel Lunar Lake-V CPUs: 8-core max, 8 Xe2 GPU cores, 32GB LPDDR5X, 17-30W TDP 7002

Intel's next-gen Lunar Lake CPU features:

  • Designed For Thin & Light Notebooks
  • Lion Cove P-Cores & Skymont LPE-Cores
  • Battlemage "Xe2-LPG" GPU Architecture
  • Up To 8 Xe2 GPU Cores
  • 4+4 Core Configurations (MX-Series)
  • Up To 64 Execution Units
  • On-Package 32 GB LPDDR5x Memory
  • Up To 3x Faster NPU Performance Versus Meteor Lake
  • 17-30W TDP
  • Late 2024 Launch, 2025 Volume
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