Intel is preparing for a significant change in its client processor brand extensions with the upcoming release of its next-generation mobile processors, codenamed "Meteor Lake." The company is working on introducing the new Core Ultra brand extensions, where the "Ultra" will replace the "i" in extensions such as i3, i5, i7, and i9 in some processor models. For instance, the "Core Ultra 5 1003H" would be an example of such a brand extension. Recently, Ashes of the Singularity benchmark leaks of the processors have surfaced on social media.

The benchmark also detects 128 EU (1,024 unified shaders) for the iGPU powering "Meteor Lake." If this is true, this iGPU could offer performance that's in the league of an Arc A380 discrete GPU, with some performance lost to the shared memory setup compared to the A380 with its dedicated graphics memory. The iGPU clock speed is detected to be 2.10 GHz, and it has 4 MB of L2 cache, which is the last-level cache local to the Graphics Tile. The detection string for the iGPU, as reported by its OpenCL ICD, reads "Intel(R) Graphics i gfx-driver-ci-master-13736 DCH RI (1024S 128C SM3.0 2.1GHz, 4MB L2, 12.7GB)."