Intel mistakenly releases specs for 3 future thirteenth Gen Core processors
Intel’s Canadian website erroneously gave some specs on future Core i5-13600K, Core i7-13700K and Core i9-13900K processors.
Small failure for Intel, which mistakenly revealed on its Canadian website some specs of its future Core “Raptor Lake” processors. The web page was noticed by Web customers, earlier than being eliminated by the producer.
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The positioning mentions three thirteenth era Core processors:
- Core i5-13600K : 14 cores (6 P-core and eight E-core) and 20 threads. As much as 5.1 GHz Turbo for P-core cores.
- Core i7-13700K : 16 cores (8 P-core and eight E-core) and 24 threads. As much as 5.3 GHz Turbo for P-core cores.
- Core i9-13900K : 24 cores (8 P-core and 16 E-core) and 32 threads. As much as 5.4 GHz Turbo for P-core cores.
This corresponds to inner presentation slides that leaked a couple of days in the past. These slides point out that the P-core cores of the Core i7 and Core i9 processors can attain 5.4 and 5.7 GHz respectively with Turbo Increase Max 3.0 know-how. And with Thermal Velocity Increase know-how, the Core i9 goes as much as 5.8 GHz. The producer even talked about the potential for reaching 6 GHz. As compared, AMD’s Ryzen 9 7950X (16 cores) reaches 5.7 GHz in Increase frequency. The slide additionally mentions KF variations, with out built-in GPU. The Okay designation signifies that the processors will not be frequency locked and are appropriate with overclocking.
In response to feedback from Intel collected by our colleagues from The Verge, thirteenth era processors supply efficiency good points of 15% in single thread and 41% in multithread in comparison with twelfth era Core. The three fashions talked about above are most likely solely the start. Certainly, Intel has launched at least 50 fashions for the twelfth era of its Core processors.
We’ll be taught extra about thirteenth Gen Core processors on the occasion Intel Innovation which will likely be held on September 27 and 28 in San Jose, California. Coincidence: it’s on the identical date that resellers will be capable to supply AMD’s new Ryzen 7000 processors with “Zen 4” cores.
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