Intel 24-core 13th Gen Core Raptor Lake desktop processors and Arc A770 stand alone on UserBenchmark

Intel engineers have begun public testing of the next-generation 13th-generation Core desktop CPU and (unreleased) Arc desktop graphics card combination models.

A set of test scores has appeared on the UserBenchmark website, which includes an Intel desktop CPU codenamed RPL-S (Raptor Lake-S) and an Arc A770 graphics card.

From the benchmark data, the Intel Raptor Lake series will increase the number of cores to 24 (8 large and 16 small), and also confirm the parameters of the Arc A770, which is expected to be released in the near future.

This test system uses 32 GB of dual-channel DDR5-4800 memory, but foreign media expects that Raptor Lake will also support faster memory.

However, the performance of the Arc A770 graphics card is a bit surprising, and this discrete graphics card is expected to be officially released at a later date. It was previously reported that Intel's desktop-class Arc Alchemist gaming graphics card is likely to be delayed until mid-summer this year, possibly as early as July 1, 2022.

Back to the CPU itself, this ES processor has a base frequency of 2.4 GHz and a turbo frequency of 4.6 GHz, which is much lower than the rumored frequency, and also lower than the frequency of the AMD Ryzen 7000 series (default 5.5GHz), but considering that this is only ES It is expected that Intel will further optimize and improve the products in the future.

Unsurprisingly, both Intel and AMD will launch their next-generation processors later this year, expected in September or October.

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