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Gigabyte completely filters the line of Intel Core 13 processors

Esports ExtrasBYTE leaked on its website a list with the entire family of processors IntelCore 13more popularly known as Raptor Lake. This listing reveals the frequencies, cache memory, TDP, family of processors, and the frequencies at which it runs. Family of processors, because you have to remember that there are some processors Alder Lake which have been rebranded to complete the Core 13 CPU family, although at their core they are the mid-low and low end CPUs.

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There are really no surprises, but it helps to confirm the models and specifications of the models that were not officially announced, which are all those from Core i5-13600K down. In essence, we will have 22 CPUs counting on the variants “F” (no integrated graphics) and “T” (low power consumption).

Intel Core 13 Processor Family

Intel Core 13 Box Art

CPUs Architecture Cores/Threads Freq. Base Freq. Turbo L3 cache TDP
Core i9-13900KF Raptor Lake 8P+16E/32H 3.00GHz 5.80GHz 36MB 125W
Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake 8P+16E/32H 3.00GHz 5.80GHz 36MB 125W
Core i9-13900F Raptor Lake 8P+16E/32H 2.00GHz N/A 36MB 65W
Core i9-13900 Raptor Lake 8P+16E/32H 2.00GHz N/A 36MB 65W
Core i9-13900T Raptor Lake 8P+16E/32H 1.10GHz N/A 36MB 35W
Core i7-13700KF Raptor Lake 8P+8E/24H 3.40GHz 5.40GHz 30MB 125W
Core i7-13700K Raptor Lake 8P+8E/24H 3.40GHz 5.40GHz 30MB 125W
Core i7-13700F Raptor Lake 8P+8E/24H 2.10GHz N/A 30MB 65W
Core i7-13700 Raptor Lake 8P+8E/24H 2.10GHz N/A 30MB 65W
Core i7-13700T Raptor Lake 8P+8E/24H 1.40GHz N/A 30MB 35W
Core i5-13600KF Raptor Lake 6P+8E/20H 3.50GHz 5.10GHz 24MB 125W
Core i5-13600K Raptor Lake 6P+8E/20H 3.50GHz 5.10GHz 24MB 125W
Core i5-13600 Alder Lake 6P+8E/20H 2.70GHz N/A 24MB 65W
Core i5-13600T Alder Lake 6P+8E/20H 1.80GHz N/A 24MB 35W
Core i5-13500 Alder Lake 6P+8E/20H 2.50GHz N/A 24MB 65W
Core i5-13500T Alder Lake 6P+8E/20H 1.60GHz N/A 24MB 35W
Core i5-13400F Raptor Lake 6P+4E/16H 2.50GHz 4.60GHz 20MB 65W
Core i5-13400 Raptor Lake 6P+4E/16H 2.50GHz N/A 20MB 65W
Core i5-13400T Alder Lake 6P+4E/16H 1.30GHz N/A 20MB 35W
Core i3-13100F Alder Lake 4P+0E/8H 3.40GHz N/A 12MB 58W
Core i3-13100 Alder Lake 4P+0E/8H 3.40GHz N/A 12MB 60W
Core i3-13100T Alder Lake 4P+0E/8H 2.50GHz N/A 12MB 35W
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Availability of the first Intel Core 13 processors

Officially the next October 20 we will have the reviews and the launch of the first CPUs, which will be the Intel Core i9-13900KCore i7-13700K and Core i5-13600K with its “KF” variants. The rest of the lower power models, with the multiplier locked (without the “K”), and those with low consumption (“T”), are expected to be officially announced later this year. or early January at CES in Las Vegas alongside more affordable motherboards powered by the Intel B760 and Intel H770 chipset.

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Of course, if you want a cheap motherboard, you won’t have to wait for January, since you can take advantage of the current Intel Z690, Intel B660 and Intel H670 motherboards.

Price of the first CPUs that have already been listed on the market

Intel Core i5-13600KF price

In essence, the most basic processor that we will see at the beginning, it is the Intel Core i5-13600KF with a setting of 14 cores and 20 threads (6x P-Core + 8x E-Core) @ 3.50/5.10GHz no integrated graphics. Already seen listed at a price of €379.90while the “K” version, which is identical in specifications, but with active iGPUit has a price of €409.90. For reference, in the same store, the AMD Ryzen 5 7600Xwith 6 cores and 12 threadsit has a price of €370.99. That is to say, we are talking about just 9 euros difference, and the difference in multi-core performance the Intel CPU could devastate.

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Intel Core i9-13900K price

Above we have Intel Core i7-13700KFwith 16 cores and 24 processing threads (8x P-Core + 8x E-Core) at 3.40/5.30 GHz Base/Turbo frequency without iGPU per €499.90and with iGPU by €539.90. The one who would presumably be his direct rival, the AMD Ryzen 7 7700Xwith 8 cores and 16 threads is listed by €488.99although it actually went on sale for €499.90 and has already seen its price reduced. Obviously presumable, because the tragedy is chewed with the increase in cores of these CPUs with respect to the stagnation of AMD.

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To finish, we have the top of the range models, the Intel Core i9-13900KF and Core i9-13900K. These offer nothing less than 24 cores and 32 threads processing power (8x P-Core + 16x E-Core) with Base/Turbo frequencies of 3.00/5.80 GHz at a respective price of €719.90 and €749.90. These are at least 50 euros more than the Ryzen 9 7900X with 12 cores and 24 threads, but up to 50 euros less With respect to Ryzen 9 7950X with 16 cores and 32 threads. Of course, AMD CPUs have already seen the price slightly lowered seeing the panorama.

via: Videocardz

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