Intel presents its 13th CPU generation Raptor Lake at 6 p.m. Where’s the live stream where Core i9-13900K and more see the light of day?
September 27th is all about new desktop processors. Not only does AMD’s Ryzen 7000 go on sale today, in which tests promise an exciting duel with the competition. It is no coincidence that Intel chose today to present its 13th CPU generation, named Raptor Lake.
According to the manufacturer, the keynote for Raptor Lake takes place at “9 am PT”: That corresponds 6 p.m. our time. Of the Live stream is on Intel official website to the Innovation 2022 keynote. There is currently a countdown there, which already suggests a start with a pre-show at 5:30 p.m.
Attention is drawn to the three main chips Intel Core-i9 13900K, Core-i7 13700K and i5-13600K. With a significant increase in the number of efficient cores compared to the previous generation, Intel would like to increase multithreading in particular. The single-thread performance should not be inferior due to an increased clock for the performance cores. Extended sizes for L2 and L3 cache should bring advantages, especially for games.
Raptor Lake is said to rely on Intel 7 manufacturing. The small cores should be doubled compared to Alder Lake-S, so that a maximum of 24 cores are available (8 large P and 16 small E cores) – this could apply to the expected top model Intel i9-13900K.
A total of 68 megabytes on 36 MB for the L3 cache and 2 MB L2 cache for the P cores should be available for the cache. In addition, packages consisting of four E cores each share 4 MB of L2 cache.
The changes are expected to increase performance by 10 to 15 percent over Alder Lake. We’ll see if this comes true from tonight! The launch of the CPUs is expected in about a month after the presentation.
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