Intel is preparing at least 22 processors from the 13th generation

Intel has just unveiled its 13th generation processors. This company plans to officially launch its products in less than a week (October 28) along with the new platform, Z790. Although we will see few processors at the beginning of the release, but as it seems, Intel plans to add to their number over time. This means that apart from the 6 processor models that are going to be available on the mentioned date, there are at least 16 other models that Intel wants to launch in the coming months. Processors that support the 600 and 700 platforms.

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Intel has just unveiled its 13th generation processors. This company plans to officially launch its products in less than a week (October 28) along with the new platform, Z790. Although we will see few processors at the beginning of the release, but as it seems, Intel plans to add to their number over time. This means that apart from the 6 processor models that are going to be available on the mentioned date, there are at least 16 other models that Intel wants to launch in the coming months. Processors that support the 600 and 700 platforms.

Looking at the list of processors supported by Intel Z790 series motherboards, we see that the number of these chips is much more than 22, considering the T series and not the K series. is a model But in general, considering the main series, the number of models in each processor category is as follows:

  • Core i3-13100=3
  • Core i5-13400=3
  • Core i5-13500=2
  • Core i5-13600=4
  • Core i7-13700=5
  • Core i9 -13900=5

In this list, we also see low-end processors that are based on H0 chips, but a series of more powerful models use a combination of B0 and C0 chips. The power consumption of these processors reaches 35 and 125 watts respectively for the weakest and strongest model, which of course we already knew about this. 125 watts is not considered too new and strange when we know that the Core i9-12900KS processor was able to pass the 150 watts mark in the tests. The third level cache of these chips is 4 MB at the minimum and 36 MB at the maximum. Intel's 13th generation processors generally have the following capabilities:

  • up to 24 cores and 32 threads
  • new Raptor Cove processing cores
  • based on 10 nm lithographyESF (Intel 7 process)
  • Frequency up to 6 GHz
  • Up to 41% better performance compared to the previous generation in the multi-threaded section
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  • Up to 15% better performance compared to the previous generation in the single-threaded section
  • Double the number of low-power cores in a series of models
  • Increase the amount of cache for both Powerful and low-power core
  • Support for existing motherboards with LGA 1700 socket
  • Support for new motherboards Z790, H770 and B760
  • Support for PCIe up to 28 lanes (PCH Generation 4 + Generation 3)
  • Support for dual-channel DDR5 motherboards with a speed of 5600 MHz
  • Advanced overclocking capabilities
  • PCIe M.2 technology based on artificial intelligence
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  • Supply in the fourth quarter of 2022 (October 28)

Standard and T model processors from the 13th generation of Intel have not been officially introduced yet. Also, at Intel's event a few days ago, there was no mention of economic models. However, in general, Intel's 13th generation processors are going to be officially available in the following models.

Processor name Chip type Number of powerful cores Number of underpowered cores Total number of cores and threads Base frequency and boost of powerful cores Boost frequency of all powerful cores> Boost frequency of low consumption cores Third level cache + second level Power consumption Core i9-13900KS B0 8 16 24/32 Unspecified base 6.0 GHz boost strong> 68MB 125W Core i9-13900K B0 8 16 24/32 3.0/5.8 GHz 5.5 GHz 4.3 GHz 68 MB 125W Core i9-13900KF B0 8 16 24/32 3.0/5.8 GHz 5.5 GHz 4.3 GHz 68 MB 125 watts Core i9-13900 B0 8 16 24/32 /strong> 2.0/5.6 GHz 5.3 GHz 4.2 GHz 68 MB 65W Core i9-13900F B0 8 16 24/32 2.0/5.6 GHz 5.3 GHz 4.2 GHz 68 MB <65 Watt Core i9-13900T B0 8 16 24/32 1.1/5.3 GHz 4.3 GHz 3.9 GHz 68 MB 35 Watt Core i7-13700K B0 8 8 16/24 3.4/5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz 4.2 GHz 54 MB 125 Watt Core i7-13700KF B0 8 8 16/24 3.4/5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz 4.2 GHz 54 MB 125 Watt Core i7-13700 B0 8 8 16/24 2.1/5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz 4.1G GHz 54 MB 65 W Core i7-13700F B0 8 8 16/24 2.1/5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz 4.1 GHz 54 MB 65 W Core i7-13700T B0 8 8 16/24 1.4/4.9 GHz 4.2 GHz 3.6 GHz 54 MB 35W Core i5-13600K B0 6 8 16/20 3.5/5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz strong> 44MB 125W Core i5-13600KF B0 6 8 14/20 3.5/5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz 44 MB 125 W Core i5-13600 C0 6 8 14/20 Base 2.7 GHz Unspecified Boost 44 MB 65 W Core i5-13600T C0 <6 8 14/20 Base 1.8 GHz Unspecified Boost 44 MB 35W Core i5-13500 C0 6 8 14/20 2.5/4.5 GHz 32MB 65W Core i5-13500T C0 6 8 14/20 Base 1.6 GHz - called Boost Features 32 MB 35 W Core i5-13400 C0/B0 6 4 10/16 2.5/4.6 GHz> 4.1GHz 3.3GHz 28MB 65W Core i5-13400F strong> C0/B0 6 4 10/16 2.5/4.6 GHz 4.1 GHz 3.3 GHz 28 MB 65 W Core i5-13400T C0 6 4 10/16 Base 1.3 GHz - Unspecified Boost 28 MB 35W Core i3-13100 H0 4 0 4/8 <3.4GHz Base Unspecified Boost 12MB 60W Core i3-13100F H0 4 0 4/8 Base 3.4 GHz Unspecified Boost 12MB 60W Core i3-13100T H0 4 0 4/8 Base 2.5 GHz Unspecified Boost 12 MB 35 W

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