According to the latest rumours, it will be on september 28 when Intel officially announce…
In these times, the race to have more and more cores is coming to an end. With new processors looking for better frequencies instead of increasing their core count, both Intel and AMD are looking to show off their impressive numbers.
Last week, we talked about how an overclocker had gotten hold of an early i9-13900K and pushed the chip up to 8GHz using liquid nitrogen. While this is pretty impressive on its own, and speaks volumes about the benefits of top of the Raptor Lake rangeIntel has also wanted to impress the public.
Thanks to the Tom’s Hardware portal, which is present at the Intel Technology Tour 2022 in Israel, we have more information about the blue team’s 13th generation of processors. As he taught in one of his presentations, one of his processors (supposedly the same 13900K, although we don’t know if it could be a KS edition) manages to reach 6GHz speed without the need for overclocking. I would put this 300 MHz above Ryzen 9 7950X.
On the other hand, he has also compared the Raptor Lake chips to their predecessors, the Alder Lake. Saying that single threaded tasks have a performance improvement of up to fifteen% and multi-threaded ones 41%, we are facing a real generation gap which the blue team wants to brag about.
Being already in mid-September, rumors say that there are about two weeks left before Intel officially presents the Raptor Lake and announce your release date. Supposedly, there would be an event that would be held on the 27th, although this information has not been confirmed yet. What will the blue team have prepared?