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Intel B760 Motherboards and 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S non-K Processors Coming on 3th Jan 23

Intel will be announcing its 13th Gen Core budget SKUs at CES 2023. The non-K Raptor Lake-S processors will hit retail shelves next year on the 3rd of January alongside the B760 motherboards. Board partners will begin shipping their new offerings by the end of December. Unlike the high-end K series parts that leverage the improved Raptor Cove P-cores, many of these affordable non-K SKUs will be an Alder Lake rebrand with the same 1MB L2 cache buffer per core.

Except for the i3s, the E-core count will be bumped up across the stack to eight on the i5-13600/13600K and 13500 and four (from zero) on the 12400. Multiplier-based overclocking will remain locked, but BLCK tweaking will likely be fine-grained. The base TDPs will also be cut to 65W.

CPU NameP-Core CountE-Core CountThreads1T P-Core Boost1T E-Core BoostCacheTDP
Intel Core i9-13900K816325.8 GHz4.7 GHz68 MB125W
Intel Core i9-13900KF816325.8 GHz4.7 GHz68 MB125W
Intel Core i9-1390081632TBDTBD68 MB65W
Intel Core i9-13900F81632TBDTBD68 MB65W
Intel Core i7-13700K88245.4 GHz4.3 GHz54 MB125W
Intel Core i7-13700KF88245.4 GHz4.3 GHz54 MB65W
Intel Core i7-137008824TBDTBD54 MB65W
Intel Core i7-13700F8824TBDTBD54 MB65W
Intel Core i5-13600K68205.2 GHz3.9 GHz44 MB125W
Intel Core i5-13600KF68205.2 GHz3.9 GHz44 MB65W
Intel Core i5-136006820TBDTBD44 MB65W
Intel Core i5-135006820TBDTBD32 MB65W
Intel Core i5-134006416TBDTBD28 MB65W
Intel Core i3-13100408TBDTBD12 MB65W

Source: ITHome

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