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Intel Meteor Lake CPUs could arrive later than expected, requiring a new motherboard

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Intel’s Meteor Lake processors are due to arrive late in Q4 of next year, with laptop chips turning up earlier, according to a fresh rumor which also insists that the 14th-generation desktop CPUs will require a new socket (though that isn’t much of a surprise – we’ll discuss that in more detail later on).

In other words, this means that desktop owners who’ve bought into Alder Lake which introduced its own new socket – or the incoming next-gen Raptor Lake which will continue to use that socket – will need a new motherboard if they want to upgrade to Meteor Lake (which represents a big step forward for Intel in terms of finally getting to 7nm).

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