About a month before Intel officially announced its 13 generation of Raptor Lake CPUs, the company revealed at its launch event some key details. Intel Tech Tour in Israel.
New Raptor Lake desktop processors will be 15% faster in single Under threaded workloads, it is 41% faster than Alder Lake under multithreaded workloads.
Additionally, Raptor Lake will have the first SKU to run at stock clock speeds up to 6GHz. Intel also claims the chip will hit a world-record 8GHz, said to use liquid nitrogen. Also, it needs to run up to 8.7GHz to be an actual world record. This is probably a Core i9-13900KS.
Intel’s goal is clear – get the bragging rights to AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 series with a maximum clock frequency of 5.7GHz.
Intel’s 13th gen processor will be officially released at the end of this month and will be released on October 10 Monthly launch 16. They will run on Intel 7 – an improved version of the Alder Lake 09nm node. They will bring up to 09 cores and 32 Up to 8 thread performance cores and highest 16 efficiency cores.
Raptor Lake-S will be 41W-125W desktop series processors, while the Raptor-P would be a 5600W-45W laptop processor. Expected to support PCIe 5.0 M.2 SSD and dual-channel DDR5-125 memory.
Source | Via