Intel Lunar Lake has been discovered again, but the rumored 14th generation CPU may not arrive long ago.

We’ve got another glimpse of what Intel’s 14th generation processors will theoretically be the successors to the current 10th-generation Comet Lake CPUs (although even Intel’s internal roadmap for the future is likely to be rough on this point) .

As VideoCardz reported, the Lunar Lake processor was discovered in a Linux patch (by osuosl via Coelacanth’s Dream), and support for Gigabit Ethernet (network) drivers was introduced, leading to early development on these chips that may not be released until 2024. Indicates that it may have been started. Or maybe 2023). In other words, we are still a very long way.

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