Intel unveiled the 13th generation processors

Intel has officially unveiled its 13th generation processors after waiting for a long time and publishing various rumors. These processors will go to the market on October 28, and the most powerful model, Core i9-13900K, will be available to users at a price of $589. Although Intel had warned some time ago about the possibility of an increase in the price of processors, the price of this processor is the same as the previous generation.

BingMag.com Intel unveiled the 13th generation processors

Intel has officially unveiled its 13th generation processors after waiting for a long time and publishing various rumors. These processors will go to the market on October 28, and the most powerful model, Core i9-13900K, will be available to users at a price of $589. Although Intel had warned some time ago about the possibility of an increase in the price of processors, the price of this processor is the same as the previous generation.

Core i9-13900K processor with 24 cores, 32 threads and a maximum speed of 5 It uses 8 GHz. In addition to powerful cores, these processors also use low-consumption cores, which can divide tasks among themselves according to the assigned processes. This approach leads to a significant reduction in energy consumption, but in general, the 13th generation processors consume more energy in Max Turbo mode than the previous generation.

In general, Intel's 13th generation processors consist of 22 different models. Intel has promised that the Core i9-13900K will perform 15% better than the previous generation in the single-threaded field and up to 41% better performance in the multi-threaded field.

BingMag.com Intel unveiled the 13th generation processors

Although Intel has not increased the number of powerful cores, we see more low-power cores in the Core i5, i7 and i9 models. Specifically, 8 low-power cores are used more in Core i9, and the number of low-power cores has increased by 4 for both Core i7 and Core i5.

The base frequency for all Core i5, i7 and i9 has decreased, but on the other hand, we see an increase in the maximum speed of these cores. Intel announced some time ago that one of the company's processors can provide 6 GHz speed without the need for overclocking, but this processor was not introduced at tonight's event.

Unlike the new generation of AMD processors that only support DDR5 RAMs. Intel has made it possible to support DDR4 RAMs for the 13th generation. We should also mention the increase in L3 and L2 cache memory capacity.

Intel has decided to provide Core i9 and i7 processors at the price of the previous generation. In general, Core i5s are the only models that have experienced a price increase. Specifically, the i5-13600K comes with a price of $319, compared to the previous generation's price of $289. Also, you have to pay $294 to buy the Core i5-13600KF, which is $30 more expensive than its predecessor.

BingMag.com Intel unveiled the 13th generation processors

Core i5, i7 and i9 processors need at least 125 watts of energy, but i7 and i9 models need to use 253 watts of energy to provide maximum power. This means that the maximum energy consumption of Core i9 has increased by only 5% compared to the previous generation, but for Core i7 we see a 33% increase in energy consumption. The Core i5-13600K also has a maximum of 181 watts of energy, which is a 20% increase compared to the previous generation.

Although motherboards compatible with the 12th generation of Intel processors can also support the 13th generation, but the motherboards The new Z790 offers eight new lanes for PCIe 4.0. As we said, these processors along with Z790 motherboards will hit the market on October 28. Intel has announced that it will announce the release date of the rest of the 13th generation processor models.

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