Intel will release its 13th-generation Core mobile processors in the coming months, including the HX series models. According to Intel’s past practice, this series will be based on desktop platform chips. Since Raptor Lake-S has added 8 E-Cores compared to Alder Lake-S, it is believed that the performance of this generation of mobile platform HX series will be greatly improved.
Recently, Twitter user @OneRaichu revealed that they have obtained the specification sheet of the Intel Raptor Lake-HX, and there are five models in total. Unlike the desktop platform which uses the LGA 1700 socket, the mobile platform will be in a BGA package with an overall size of 45 x 37.5 x 2 mm.
The most high-end Raptor Lake-HX is the Core i9-13900HX, which is Intel’s first 24-core (8P-Core+16E-Core) mobile processor. Compared with the current Core i9-12950HX, in addition to the addition of 8 E-Cores, the maximum turbo frequency has also been increased by 400MHz, and the performance jump is worth looking forward to. These models all support DDR5-5600 memory but also DDR4-3200 memory. PBP/MTP is not yet clear, it may be 55/157W like the previous generation.