There are new and, above all, complete indications of the CPU matrix in Intel’s new Raptor Lake generation. Wccftech names the specifications of no less than 14 models. There are also new benchmarks for the Core i9-13900K flagship, but they confuse more than they explain.
Very detailed key data on the Raptor Lake alignment comes from an unidentified source Wccftech published as tables. Based on the level of detail and correspondence with other leaks, the information seems plausible, but it ultimately remains unconfirmed.
Intel Raptor Lake models and specifications
Therefore, the main field will be the Core i9-13900K, Core i9-13900, Core i7-13700K, Core i7-13700, Core i5-13600K and Core i5-13400 models. The 13900 has the most cores and is equipped with 8 performance cores and 16 efficiency cores. As expected, the Core i9-13900K reaches up to 5.8 GHz on one core and up to 5.5 GHz on all eight P cores in unrestricted TVB mode. The 13900 without the “K” is clocked 200 MHz lower. Both are equipped with an iGPU with 32 UEs running at up to 1.65 GHz.
The Core i7-13700K and i7-13700, which also have 8 P cores but only 8 E cores, sit one floor below. The maximum clock is 5.4 GHz or 5.2 GHz for one core and 5.3 GHz or 5.1 GHz for all P cores. The Core i5-13600K, on the other hand, only has 6 P cores (max. 5.1 GHz) and 8 E-cores. The iGPU also offers 32 UEs in these variants, but the clocks are slightly lower than in the flagships.
The i5-13400 only has 6 P cores and 4 E cores and with a maximum of 4.6 GHz significantly less clock. The integrated GPU is also limited to 24 units.
Of the six CPU models mentioned, there will still be variants without an iGPU, which are provided with the “F” suffix, such as the Core i7-13700F. Except for the lack of the graphics unit, they don’t seem to differ.
T variants with 32 watts
While the models mentioned are specified with TDP levels of 125 watts (K) and 65 watts (non-K), there are still two variants in the 35-watt class that have the “T” suffix as usual. Like its big brother, the Core i9-13900T offers 8 + 16 cores, but it only runs at a maximum of 4.3 GHz on all eight P cores, which is at least 1 GHz less than the i9-13900K(F) . Similarly, the Core i7-13700T’s all-core turbo at 4.2 GHz is significantly lower than the 13700(K)(F). Also, the base clock of the T models is significantly lower, which is decisive for Intel’s TDP rating.
A mini review of the Core i9-13900K
The website VideoCardz meanwhile, it makes new benchmarks of an engineering sample of the Core i9-13900K attentivethe in a video In the portal bilibili were published.
The results make a comparison with the current generation Core i9-12900K from Alder Lake, but they don’t always look conclusive, as the predecessor performs better in some cases. The fact that Raptor Lake requires significantly less power and stays much cooler, as the video suggests, despite a higher clock rate in the manufacturing process itself, also seems implausible.
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