The Linux 5.19 kernel has added a number of features to support, one of the new features is the kernel PCI ID part of the Raptor Lake-S graphics driver support. Now, raptor Lake-P support is coming.
Similar to the Intel Alder Lake-P series and previous models, the next-generation Raptor Lake-P series will be suitable for lightweight, high-performance laptops. Initial support for the processor has been submitted to the Linux 5.19 kernel, and the PCI device ID has been added to the i915 graphics driver.
With the latest support added to the Linux 5.19 kernel, developers added approximately 24 lines of new code to activate Raptor Lake-P support, including Raptor Lake-P PCI ID 0xA720, 0xA721, 0xA7A0, 0xA7A1, 0xA7A8, and 0xA7A9.
Intel’s next-generation CPU, code-named Raptor Lake, is expected to deliver 24-core, 32-thread and higher performance coreSPCs. The 13th generation Raptor Lake processor is based on a 10nm ESF process node (also known as “Intel 7”) that supports current LGA 1700 motherboards.
The new chipset will offer dual-channel DDR5-5600 memory support, 20 PCIe Gen 5 channels, enhanced overclocking capabilities, and a TDP PL1 level of 125W. Intel expects to release Raptor Lake in the second half of this year.