At present, Intel has released the 13th generation Core desktop processors with “K” and “KF” suffixes, as well as the Z790 chipset. Its positioning is relatively high-end, mainly for overclocking players and game enthusiasts. Like the previous generation of Alder, Intel will launch more Raptor Lake processors and B760 chipsets, mainly for mainstream players and ordinary users, and more closely meet the needs of general user groups.
According to Wccftech, Intel plans to release the 13th generation non-K Core processor and B760 chipset on January 3, 2023, that is, before and after the CES 2023 exhibition. According to Intel’s 13th-generation Core desktop processor lineup previously exposed by motherboard manufacturers, there will be a total of 22 models, and there are 16 models that have not yet been released.
It is worth noting that Core i5-13400 and Core i5-13400F may have two versions of chips, B-0, and C-0. B-0 is Raptor Lake, and C-0 is Alder Lake. There may be some differences. In addition, it is not ruled out that Intel will launch additional products like the Core i5-12490F in some regions.
In addition, the 13th generation Core desktop processors will also be compatible with the original Z690, H670, B660, and H610 motherboards.