A comprehensive overview of Intel Raptor Lake specs, with clock speeds per core

A comprehensive overview of Intel Raptor Lake specs, with clock speeds per core
A comprehensive overview of Intel Raptor Lake specs, with clock speeds per core

Wccftech has put together a comprehensive overview of Intel’s upcoming Raptor Lake lineup. Core counts, base, boost and minimum clock speeds, graphics execution units and the supported memory speed; it’s all in there.

The first table is for the ‘regular’ versions of the i9-13900(K), i7-13700(K), i5-13600K and the i5-13400. The ‘K’ variants are overclockable. The i5-13500 and i3-13100, previously mentioned in an alleged lineup, seem to be missing here:

Alder Lake lineup, by Wccftech.

Then the ‘F’ and ‘KF’ variants, which are basically the same, but without an integrated GPU. The prices of these are often slightly lower than the ‘non-F’ versions. Interestingly, these CPUs don’t seem to support DDR5 memory ecc error correction:


The F/KF variants, by Wccftech.

Finally, we have the ‘T’ variants, which have a lower power consumption. It appears that only the specifications of the i9-13900T and i7-13700T are known. At Alder Lake, each processor model has its own T version.


The T versions, by Wccftech.

Intel is expected to unveil its Raptor Lake CPUs on September 27. A month later they should be in the store. Prices are not yet known, of course, but if we are to believe a Canadian retailer, you will soon have an i5-13600KF for 325 euros.

Source: Wccftech

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