Intel’s upcoming 14th generation desktop processor line is expected to be a minor upgrade over the current 13th generation. This means that those waiting for a more drastic improvement in performance may feel a bit disappointed. But in return, Intel is expected to add a series of optimization features to the chip, thereby providing an improved user experience in many aspects.
For example, on the recent Hot Chips conference stage at Stanford University (USA), Intel officially confirmed that the upcoming 14th generation Meteor Lake CPU line will be controlled by AI, bringing new features to the market. Exciting optimization features like never before.
Specifically reported from PCWorld, Intel’s upcoming Meteor Lake chips will be able to use AI to manage power and switch between high power consumption and power saving states completely automatically in real time. . The company calls this technology “Intel Energy Efficiency Architecture”, and the ability to create energy management diagrams based on artificial intelligence is expected to be widely and effectively applied to many products in the future. of Intel.
To improve processor performance, most manufacturers tend to “pump” in more power. This allows the processor to operate at higher speeds, thereby completing tasks faster. However, the CPU needs to determine when a task is completed before switching the processor to low power mode. This concept is called “Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling” (DVFS). The problem with effective power management is determining the optimal frequency to operate the processor.
The algorithm will be able to understand and predict how users open a website, scan its content, end the interaction, and proceed to the next action. This same algorithm has been used in many other computer operations. However, what makes the difference is that the algorithm automatically learns these processes, extracting small behavioral patterns that go beyond the level of detail that Intel had originally programmed.
Intel’s initial internal testing shows that when managed by AI, Meteor Lake processors will also improve responsiveness by up to 35%, measured by the time it takes for the CPU to enter a power state. High. However, determining the optimal time to switch to a low-power state is also important, which is estimated to result in energy savings of up to 15% compared to previous configurations. Also pay attention to the difference between “energy”, defined as work completed over time divided by the energy used for that work, and a broader measure of electricity consumption overall ability.
Although Intel has yet to confirm a launch date for its Meteor Lake mobile processor series, a rumor earlier this year from YouTuber Moore’s Law Is Dead suggests that the new product line will likely be available in the market sometime. October 2023. If everything goes well, users can get the first information about the new CPU line at the Intel Innovation event taking place in San Jose (USA) on September 19.