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Gigabyte publishes specs for Intel Raptor Lake CPUs

The first six 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ desktop processors from Intel will go on sale next week with unlocked multipliers targeted at enthusiasts. However, the 13th Generation Core family as a whole will likely be much wider for PCs. 23 models made of Raptor Lake and Alder Lake silicon will be included.

Although Gigabyte has already made some of the 13th Generation Core processors’ specifications public (including base frequencies, cache sizes, wattage, and stepping), Intel has not yet officially unveiled the entire family of these processors. This information was discovered by @momomo us in Gigabyte’s Z790 Aorus Master CPU support list.

There will be 23 SKUs total in Intel’s 13th Generation Core portfolio for desktop computers. Two processors will simultaneously use Raptor Lake B0 or Alder Lake C0 dies, while the remaining two SKUs will use Alder Lake C0 or Alder Lake H0 stepping dies. Raptor Lake B0 silicon will be used in 13 models, including the limited-edition Core i9-13900KS processor.

Seven enthusiast desktop-targeted 13th Gen Core processors will only employ Raptor Lake technology and have a 125W processor base power (PBP).

Raptor Lake
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The series will also comprise six low-power variants with a 35W PBP for small PCs and ten mainstream SKUs with a 58W to 65W PBP. Gigabyte regrettably withheld information regarding the number of cores in the future 13th Generation CPUs. But given what dies Intel intends to use for these products, we can certainly hazard some educated predictions.

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While the first six Raptor Lake CPUs will be available (next week), we still don’t know the exact release date for the remaining models in the flock. We do, however, know the model numbers and basic characteristics of Intel’s 13th Generation Core processors.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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