Core i9-13900K/KF, Core i7-13700K/KF and Core i5-13600K/KF arrive with MSRP in the same range as the previous generation
The Intel Corporation Officially announced, Tuesday (27), about processors 13th Gen Intel Core, codenamed Raptor Lake. Core i9-13900K, KF, Core i7-13700K, KF, Core i5-13600K and KF CPUs achieve performance gains, with Healer The best-in-line i9-13900K delivers a 15% performance improvement per thread, and up to 41% multithreaded performance over the Core i9-12900K. The 13th Generation Intel Core for Desktops is Now Available for Pre-order and Shipping starts from October 20including Brazil.
The manufacturer’s suggested price (MSRP) will remain in the same range as the previous generation, with only the i5 line receiving a price increase. Prices for new desktop CPUs are as follows:
13th Gen Intel Core, codenamed Raptor Lake
The Raptor Lake generation maintains the Intel 7 manufacturing process. The performance boost is attributed to the increased clock, which can go up to 5.8GHz for a 13900K boost. In addition, CPUs arrive with more memory in the L2 cache, providing 2MB of cache per performance core (P-cores) and 4MB per efficiency block (E-cores).
Raptor Lake processors have improved core and thread configuration. The Core i5-13600K has six performance cores (like its predecessor), but with 8 efficiency cores (twice its predecessor) the i7-13700K arrives with a total configuration of 16 cores and 24 threads and top of the line the i9-13900K has 24 cores and 32 threads.
The generation comes with up to 16 PCIe 5.0 slots and increased memory frequency support, with official support for DDR5 and up to 5600MT/s in single memory for all channel configurations. Value Higher than the Ryzen 7000’s 5200MT/s offered by competition AMD. According to the specifications announced by Intel, the Raptor Lake line will hit the market on October 20 to compete with the Ryzen 7000.
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