Intel’s first chiplet processor, Meteor Lake, may now be delayed until 2024

For Intel’s Patty G, things seem to be getting worse. When he took over, everything looked very promising, putting engineering first and focusing on making sure it did everything it said it would. Recently, however, the first discrete graphics cards in Intel’s history still haven’t really seen the light of day, and more than a year since we first expected them, its server-side Sapphire Rapids chips have been delayed again and are now looking like shooting stars The lake was pushed back again.

Maybe Intel should stop giving a vague release window. Just do the Valve-time thing, “When it’s ready, it’s ready, okay?”