Intel confirms that i5-13600 and below are the previous generation vests

The leaked Intel official PPT basically confirms that the i5-13600 and below models are the core of the 12th-generation Core Alder Lake. As shown above, Intel PPT confirms that only the i5K and higher models of the 13th Gen Core are equipped with a larger L2 cache, which means that the i5-13600, i5-13500, i5-13400, and i3-13100 will be the 12th Gen Core's vest.

The C-0 chip of the 12th generation Core has a full blood specification of 8 large cores + 8 small cores. The current i5-13600 and i5-13500 may be the products of the C-0 chip shielding the two large cores. The i5 -13400 may be the product of shielding two large cores + four small cores. In addition, the H-0 chip of the 12th generation Core is full of 6 core specifications, and now it seems that the two large cores are shielded to make the i3-13100.

Given that the i5-13400 has only four more small cores than the i5-12400, Intel may discontinue the i5-12400 model to make way for a new one.

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