After the Ultra 7 155H CPU made its debut on Geekbench today, more entries for different models have emerged. Furthermore, insiders have come forward to fill the knowledge void, providing an early preview of the Meteor Lake mobile series.
Notably, this CPU has a more concise naming scheme in contrast to the engineering samples spotted earlier this year. The fresh nomenclature seems to embrace a three-digit format for the inaugural Core Ultra series: 1XXH, with ‘H’ signifying the mainstream mobile lineup, presumably operating with a 45W TDP.
According to information from 金猪升级, Intel is preparing to introduce two more Ultra models: the Ultra 7 165H and Ultra 9 185H. The latter is said to come with a 5.1 GHz clock boost, while the 165H variant is expected to achieve a maximum frequency of 5.0 GHz. This marks an increase of 300MHz and 200MHz, respectively, compared to the 155H model. As it stands currently, all known Core Ultra 7 and Core Ultra 9 models are set to feature 16 cores, comprising 6 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores.
Intel is preparing to unveil its first Ultra 5 variant, known as the 125H. Previous leaks have suggested the absence of Ultra 3 models, hinting that the 125H might be the lowest-performing SKU in the Meteor Lake-H series.
Based on this information, it appears that the Core 5 Ultra 125H will include 4 P-Cores and 10 E-Cores, with two of the smaller cores expected to be integrated into the SoC die according to earlier leaks.
It’s important to note that these four new SKUs may not constitute the complete Core 100 series, as they are now referred to. Additionally, Intel is reportedly planning to introduce Raptor Lake Refresh SKUs within the same series, but these parts will not carry the “Ultra” designation.