Intel continued the original strategy and continued to launch a black edition without a radiator in mainland China. Compared with last year, there was only one product of Core i5-12490F, this year Intel will bring two processors of Core i5-13490F and Core i7-13790F. Among them, the Core i5-13490F uses the C0 core, which is the same as the Core i5-13400 with 6 P-Cores and 4 E-Cores. The L3 cache has increased from 20MB to 24MB, and the boost clock has also been increased from 4.6GHz to 4.8GHz. At present, the Core i7-13790F processor has appeared on the e-commerce platform.
According to the information provided by Twitter user @wxnod recently, it uses the B0 core, which is a combination of 8 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores, and the L3 cache is 33MB which is 3MB more than the Core i7-13700 processor (L3 cache is 30MB). Under Intel Turbo Boost Max technology, it can reach up to 5.2GHz.
Intel’s 13th-generation Core processors use at least three chips. They are the low-end H0 core (6P+0E), the mid-to-high-end C0 core (8P+8E), and the B0 core (8P+16E) used by Raptor Lake. More models can better utilize different chips to cover different users.