|Launched||November 4, 2021|
|Max. CPU clock rate||700 MHz to 4.0 GHz|
|L1 cache||96 KB per core (64 KB instructions + 32 KB data)|
|L2 cache||2 or 4 MB per module|
|L3 cache||3 MB per module|
|Architecture and classification|
|Technology node||Intel 7 (previously known as 10ESF)|
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Gracemont is a microarchitecture for low-power processors used in systems on a chip (SoCs) made by Intel, and is the successor to Tremont. Like its predecessor, it is also implemented as low-power cores in a hybrid design of the Alder Lake and Raptor Lake processors.
- Level 1 cache per core:
- 8-way-associative 64 KB instruction cache
- 8-way-associative 32 KB data cache
- DDR5 memory
- PCI Express 5.0 support
- Support for AVX, AVX2, FMA3 and AVX-VNNI instructions
- Intel 7 manufacturing process
- System on a chip (SoC) architecture
- 3D tri-gate transistors
- 64 KB L1 instruction cache, up from 32 KB in Tremont
- 2 or 4 MB shared L2 cache per 4-core module Alder Lake-S/H/P/U family has 2 MB. Raptor Lake-S/H/P/U family has 4 MB.
- Intel Xe (Gen. 12.2) GPU with DirectX 12, OpenGL 4.6, Vulkan 1.3, OpenGL ES 3.2 and OpenCL 3.0 support.
- Thermal design power (TDP)
- 10 W desktop processors
- 6 W mobile processors
The microarchitecture is used as the high-efficiency cores of the twelfth generation of Intel Core hybrid processors (codenamed "Alder Lake").
The microarchitecture is used as the high-efficiency cores of the 13th generation of Intel Core hybrid processors (codenamed "Raptor Lake").
Processors for base transceiver stations (Grand Ridge)
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