Intel 13th generation Core desktop processor released

At the Intel ON Technology Innovation Summit held today, Intel released the 13th generation Intel Core processor product family. Intel's 13th-generation Intel Core product family includes six unlocked desktop processors with up to 24 cores and 32 threads, and a turbo frequency of up to 5.8 GHz.

Officially, the 13th-generation Intel Core desktop family will include 22 processors and more than 125 partner model designs, led by Intel Core K-series processors, providing users with uncompromising application performance and platform compatibility. With existing Intel 600 or new Intel 700 chipset motherboards, enthusiast users can enjoy the incredible performance of 13th Gen Intel Core processors. The product supports the latest DDR5 and existing DDR4 memory, and users can assemble the machine according to their functional requirements and budget while enjoying the performance advantages brought by the 13th-generation Core.

In terms of performance, Intel's 13th-generation Intel Core uses the mature Intel 7 process technology and x86 high-performance hybrid architecture, and its single-threaded performance and multi-threaded performance have increased by up to 15% and 41%, respectively.

Compared to the 12th generation, the 13th generation Intel Core processors have increased the number of energy-efficient cores (E-Cores) and improved multi-threading performance by up to 41% when running multiple compute-intensive workloads. Unprecedented overclocking with 13th Gen Intel Core processors. Users can see performance cores (P-Cores), energy efficiency cores (E-Cores), and DDR5 memory all reaching higher average overclocking speeds. To support 13th Gen Core processors, Intel has also updated Intel® Speed ​​Optimizer, a convenient one-click overclocking feature to help users overclock easily. The powerful Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 3.0 ecosystem offers a wide selection of overclocking modules. When used in conjunction with Intel® Dynamic Memory Boost, this feature enables easy overclocking of DDR4 and DDR5 memory.

New features:

  • Intel® Adaptive Boost Technology and Thermal Velocity Boost – Boost processor turbo frequency based on power and thermal headroom when running specific workloads. Both technologies work on unlocked Core i9 processors.
  • By adding more energy-efficient cores, Core i5, i7, and i9 processors achieve a huge leap in multi-threading performance, providing users with a better application experience for multi-tasking and large-scale tasks.
  • PCIe Gen 5.0 is supported, with up to 16 total on the processor.
  • Added support for DDR5-5600 and DDR5-5200 while continuing to be DDR4 compatible
  • Double the L2 cache size and increase the L3 cache size.

The 13th-generation Intel Core K-series desktop processors and Intel Z790 chipset will start shipping on October 20, including boxed processors, motherboards, and desktop systems. List of model and parameter information:

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