Intel will release the 13th-generation Core desktop processor Raptor Lake at the Innovation Conference
at the end of the month. The sales ban will be lifted on October 20, and the specific date may change according to the situation, but the product specifications of the 13th-generation Core should not change at this time.
released the first lineup of 13th generation Core processors, and Intel is preparing to launch 14 products this time, including six common SKUs: Core i9-13900K, Core i7-13700K, Core i5-13600K, Core i9-13900, Core i7-13700, Core i5-13400. Five of them have an iGPU device ID of A780h, with 32 sets of EUs and a GPU frequency between 1.55GHz and 1.6GHz, while the Core i5-13400’s iGPU device ID is A782h, with only 24 sets of EUs and a frequency of 1.55GHz.
Please refer to the table above for the specific frequency of the processor. The P-Core of the Core i9-13900K has a maximum turbo frequency of 5.8GHz and an all-core turbo frequency of 5.5GHz. In terms of the number of cores, the Core i9 is 8P+16E, the Core i7 is 8P+8E, and the Core i5-13600K is 6P +8E, Core i5-13400 is 6P+4E. All six processors support DDR5-5600 and DDR4-3200, ECC is supported except for the Core i5-13400. It should be noted that the Core i3 series that is not on the first list supports up to DDR5-4800, but supports memory overclocking, so you can use XMP to get higher memory frequencies.
The above table shows the KF and F series processors without iGPU. The number and frequency of cores are the same as the version with the iGPU, but there is no iGPU, it should be noted that all F-series processors do not support ECC.
Finally, there are two 35W T-series processors Core i9-13900T and Core i7-13700T. Both processors have iGPUs and support ECC.