Intel’s 13th generation Core desktop processor PPT appeared, support DDR5-5600 memory

Today, an Intel bar / Chiphell user revealed a PPT photo that seems to be from an Intel channel meeting, which introduces Intel’s upcoming 13th generation Core and its chipset. As shown in the picture, the 13th-generation Core will have more core counts and L2/L3 caches, add DDR5-5600 memory support, and also support DDR4-3200 memory.


Moreover, CPU and memory have enhanced overclocking capabilities. The CPU has 16 PCIe 5.0 lanes and 4 PCIe 4.0 lanes. The chipset PCH supports PCIe 4.0 lanes, adding a separate Maple Ridge Thunderbolt 4 / USB4 module.

Furthermore, Intel’s 13th-generation Core will be released in the second half of the year. Intel has now confirmed that this series of processors will use the Intel 7 process, double-digit performance improvement, and a maximum of 24 cores and 32 threads, that is, 8 large cores + 16 small cores , with enhanced overclocking capabilities, compatible with 12th Gen Core platforms.

Intel partners will also release Z790 motherboards at the same time, and B760 and H710 series motherboards may be launched next year. According to reports, the 13th Gen Core will support ETVB overclocking mode, in which the 13th Gen Core Raptor Lake may have a model with a turbo clock speed of up to 6 GHz.


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