Intel's 13th generation Core desktop processor appears

In January this year, the whistleblower "OneRaichu" reported that Intel's 13th-generation Core Raptor Lake will increase the cache capacity, and the L2+L3 cache will reach 68MB. Now, the whistleblower has released a picture of CPU-Z, further confirming the news.

According to the whistleblower, the L3 cache of Intel's 13th-generation Core desktop processor reaches 36MB, and the L2 cache is 32MB, which adds up to 68MB. Intel's i9-12900K released in October last year uses 30MB L3 cache and 14MB L2 cache, a total of 44MB, and the L2+L3 cache capacity of the 13th generation Core will be 54% higher than that of the 12th generation.

Regarding the 13th-generation Core, it is reported that the top model of Raptor Lake is  i9-13900K, which is 24 cores and 32 threads, that is, 8 performance cores (P) + 16 efficiency cores (E). Compared to the i9-12900K, the i9-13900K has double the number of efficient cores.

A larger CPU cache can improve the performance of some games. AMD released the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which has an L2+L3 cache capacity of 100MB.

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