The first listings of Intel’s 13th Gen Core non-K processors have surfaced. Consisting of the 65W Core i3s, i5s, i7s, and i9s, these parts are aimed at the mainstream audience not interested in overclocking. Unlike their K counterparts, they feature a locked multiplier, with some room for BLCK tweaking. The lower-end SKUs are an Alder Lake refresh with the same 1MB L2 cache per core (and more P cores), while the higher-end Core i5s, i7s, and i9s feature the cache upgrade as well.
The Core i3s retain their core and cache configuration, while the i5s get twice as many E-cores. The 13400 gets 4E (+6P) cores, while the 13500 and 13600 get 8E (+6P) cores. The 13700 and 13900 are identical to their K variants, ignoring the lower boost clocks and TDPs.
|CPU Name||P-Core Count||E-Core Count||Threads||1T P-Core Boost||1T E-Core Boost||Cache||TDP|
|Intel Core i9-13900K||8||16||32||5.8 GHz||4.7 GHz||68 MB||125W|
|Intel Core i9-13900KF||8||16||32||5.8 GHz||4.7 GHz||68 MB||125W|
|Intel Core i9-13900||8||16||32||TBD||TBD||68 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i9-13900F||8||16||32||TBD||TBD||68 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i7-13700K||8||8||24||5.4 GHz||4.3 GHz||54 MB||125W|
|Intel Core i7-13700KF||8||8||24||5.4 GHz||4.3 GHz||54 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i7-13700||8||8||24||TBD||TBD||54 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i7-13700F||8||8||24||TBD||TBD||54 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i5-13600K||6||8||20||5.2 GHz||3.9 GHz||44 MB||125W|
|Intel Core i5-13600KF||6||8||20||5.2 GHz||3.9 GHz||44 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i5-13600||6||8||20||TBD||TBD||44 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i5-13500||6||8||20||TBD||TBD||32 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i5-13400||6||4||16||TBD||TBD||28 MB||65W|
|Intel Core i3-13100||4||0||8||TBD||TBD||12 MB||65W|
These figures indicate that the Core i5-13400 and 13500 will cost the same as their 12th Gen predecessors, with price tags of $300 and $330, respectively. The Core i7-13700 and 13900 may get pricer by $50 to $75 to accommodate the lower margins.
The Core i9-13900KS has been listed as well. With a price tag of over $700, this 24-core chip will feature a peak single-core boost of 6GHz, a first for the industry.