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8 Big CES 2022 Announcements And New Products You Might Have Missed

A wave of new CPUs and GPUs were revealed by Intel, AMD and Nvidia at CES 2022, as were several new laptops and desktops from Dell, HP, Lenovo and others that will use the new processors.

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Intel Expands 12th-Gen Core Lineup, Signals New GPU Gaming Era

Intel announced a major expansion of its 12th-generation Core family, with dozens of new CPUs for laptops of different kinds and desktops. The company also teased the dozens of PCs soon hitting the market that will come with its Arc discrete GPUs.

The 12th-generation Intel Core expansion included a new H-series that includes the “the fastest mobile processor ever,” which Intel said can best AMD’s flagship H-series CPU from last year and Apple’s new M1 Max that powers the latest MacBook Pro models. The company said the 12th-generation represents its fastest ramp yet for the H-series, with more than 100 laptop designs due this year.

The company also announced two other mobile CPU lineups: the new P-series for “performance” thin-and-light laptops and the U-series for thin-and-light laptops with innovative form factors, each of which have a different mix of Performance and Efficient cores. Windows and Chrome laptops with both sets of processors will be available starting in the first quarter.

As for desktop PCs, Intel added 22 new processors to its 12th-generation Core S-series lineup, ranging from a $489 Core i9 to a $64 Pentium and $42 Celeron. The processors feature up to 16 cores, split between eight Performance cores and 8 Efficient cores, and a maximum boost frequency of 5.1GHz. Several of the processors only have Performance cores and have no Efficient cores.

On the graphics side, Intel disclosed that it has begun shipping its Arc discrete GPUs to OEMs for more than 50 laptop and desktop designs that will hit the market this year. Those designs will come from several major OEMs, including Acer, ASUS, Dell, Gigabyte, HP Inc., Lenovo, Samsung and MSI, Intel announced at its CES press conference. Intel plans to take on Nvidia and AMD with “industry-leading advanced features” such as hardware-accelerated ray tracing, an AI-driven upscaling technology called Xe Super Sampling and Intel Deep Link technology.

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