Intel 13th-Gen Raptor Lake Specs, Rumored Release Date, Benchmarks, and More
Intel 13th-Gen, Intel’s 13th-Gen Raptor Lake processors will bring more cores, more connectivity, a revamped core architecture, support for PCIe 5.0 SSDs, and possibly even a rumored 6.0 GHz peak boost clock to bear. And that’s not to mention any potential IPC improvements.
Intel 13th-Genm, These chips will arrive this year to square off with AMD’s Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 processors, setting the stage for a fierce battle for desktop PC supremacy particularly for the crown of the best CPU for gaming as the Intel vs AMD rivalry enters a new stage. Intel’s Alder Lake brought the company back from what had been a slow erosion of its leadership position in our CPU benchmarks rankings as AMD relentlessly iterated on its Ryzen processor lineup. AMD’s string of innovations eventually culminated in an embarrassing loss of the performance crown for Intel as the Ryzen 5000 processors outclassed Intel’s chips in every performance, price, and power metric that mattered back in 2020, capping Intel’s decline from grace after incessant delays moving to its oft-delayed and seemingly doomed 10nm process node. Intel 13th-Gen, Alder Lake righted the ship. These chips brought the best of Intel’s newly re-worked 10nm process, now re-named ‘Intel 7,’ enabling higher clock rates and lower power consumption, paving the way for Raptor Lake. Intel will etch the Raptor Lake processors on a refined version of that same process node and pair it with its newly-revamped x86 hybrid architecture, a design that combines a mix of larger high-performance cores paired with smaller high-efficiency cores.
Intel 13th-Gen, Like its predecessor, Raptor Lake will also support disruptive new features like PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 but preserves DDR4 support for less-expensive build options. Raptor Lake will also drop right into existing motherboards to offer an upgrade path for Alder Lake users, but there will be new 700-series motherboards at launch that offer better connectivity options. Intel is also introducing more CPU overclock features for Raptor Lake, too. Even though Raptor Lake is clearly on the cusp of coming to market this year — we’ve even seen chips sold at auction and benchmarks in the wild — Intel has been uncharacteristically silent about its pending line of chips for desktop PCs. In fact, the company has said more about its next-next-gen Meteor Lake chips than it has about Raptor Lake. That hasn’t stopped us from gathering all of the information we know from official and unofficial sources into this article. We even have pictures of the new processor die. We’ll update the article as we learn more, but here’s what we know so far.
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