The official announcement of the 13th generation Intel Core desktop processors (Raptor Lake-S) will be announced first until September, but their full specifications have already appeared on the Web, the resource has published the corresponding slides. IgorsLAB. New items will offer up to 24 cores and the frequency of 5,8 GHz. Power consumes 253 watts.
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The slide shows only six older models of the K and KF series. Possibly, only these models will be announced at the upcoming event, and the rest will have to wait some time. The flagship Intel Core i9-13900K and i9-13900KF processors will be dual core 8 performance (P) and 16 reliable (E) cores for 32 threads. Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) technology will allow for automatic overclocking to 5,8 GHz, but manually it can rise even higher. And in addition, the chips will support DDR5-5600 and DDR4-3200 memory.
The bigger the cost of the core i7-13700K and i7-13700KF will offer 16 cores (8P + 8E) and 24 threads, and a speed of up to 5,4 GHz. TVB support is no longer available here, but manual overclocking hasn’t disappeared. It was noted that this hasn’t influenced the power consumption: it’s all about 253 watts.
Normally, the i5-13600K and the KF models that close the six will receive 14 cores (6P + 8E), 20 threads and a frequency up to 5,5 GHz. Similar to older processors, the younger duo lacks support for Turbo Boost Max 3.0. The maximum TADP is already 181 W, and the NPA all six chips is equal to 125 W.
The biggest innovations of the 13th generation Core chips were support for faster DDR5-5600 memory without overclocking (was DDR5-4800). By reducing the number of the Gen4 lanes of the Z790 platform, the number of PCIe lanes would increase to 20. The new generation processor will be released in October, and as of September 27 it will be held in the Innovation event.
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