Leaking Full Line of 13th Generation Intel Raptor Lake Desktop Processors, Flagship Core i9-13900K with 24 Cores and 32 Threads

The full line of Intel Raptor Lake Desktop 13th Gen processors has already been leaked, which will include a total of 14 new processors. The lineup was revealed by Bilibili’s technical content creator, Extreme Player.

The entire line-up of 13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake desktop processors is defeated, including 14 new SKUs

The 13th generation Intel Raptor Lake processors will use a hybrid core design combining performance-optimized “P” cores and performance-optimized “E” cores. For the new chipsets, Intel will use a brand new P-Core known as Raptor Cove to replace the Golden Cove cores used in Alder Lake processors. In the case of E-Core, Intel will keep the existing Gracemont core architecture, but will make some minor improvements. Here are some of the major changes to expect:

The expected features of the 13th generation Intel Raptor Lake processors:

  • Up to 24 cores and 32 threads
  • Brand New Raptor Cove CPU Cores (Higher IPC P-Core)
  • Based on 10nm ESF “Intel 7” process node
  • Up to 6.0 GHz clock speed (expected)
  • Double E cores in some variants
  • Increased cache for both P-Cores and E-Core
  • Supported on existing LGA 1700 motherboards
  • New Z790, H770 and B760 motherboards
  • Up to 28 PCIe lanes (PCH Gen 4 + Gen 3)
  • Up to 28 PCIe lanes (Gen 5 x16 + Gen 4 x12 processor)
  • Dual channel DDR5-5600 support
  • 20 5th Gen PCIe Lanes
  • Improved overclocking functions
  • 125W PL1 TDP (Flagship SKUs)
  • AI PCIe M.2 technology
  • Premiere in the fourth quarter of 2022 (possible in October)

So, starting from the line, there are 14 SKUs in total, which include four Core i9 models, four Core i7 models, five Core i5 models, and one Core i3 model. There are three processor versions, starting with H-0 for the Core i3 only, C-0 for the Core i5-13400, Core i5-13500, and Core i5-13600, while the rest are based on the B-0 version.

The H0 and C0 versions may have a similar silicon and matrix structure to the existing Alder Lake parts, without the improved cache from Raptor Lake projects, while the B0 silicon may have an added cache.

Specification of the 24-core Raptor Lake Intel Core i9-13900K processor

The Intel Core i9-13900K is the flagship Raptor Lake processor, featuring 24 cores and 32 threads in an 8 P-Core and 16 E-Core configuration. The processor is configured with a base clock of 3.0 GHz, a single-core boost clock of 5.8 GHz (1-2) cores and a boost clock of all 5.5 GHz cores (all 8 P cores). The processor has 68MB of combined cache and 125W PL1 power which increases to 250W. The processor can also use up to 350W of power when using the “Extreme Performance Mode” we described a few hours ago here.

  • Core i9-13900K 8 + 16 (24/32) – 3.0 / 5.8 GHz – 66MB cache, 125W (PL1) / 250W + (PL2)?
  • Core i9-12900K 8 + 8 (16/24) – 3.2 / 5.2 GHz – 30MB Cache, 125W (PL1) / 241W (PL2)

Intel Core i7-13700K 16-core Raptor Lake processor specification

The Intel Core i7-13700K processor will be the fastest 13th-generation Core i7 chip in the Raptor Lake processor line-up. The chip has a total of 16 cores and 24 threads. This configuration is possible thanks to 8 P cores based on Raptor Cove architecture and 8 E cores based on Grace Mont core architecture. The processor comes with 30MB L3 cache and 24MB L2 cache for a total of 54MB cache. The system operated with a 3.4 GHz base clock and a 5.40 GHz boost clock. The gain of all the cores is rated at 5.3 GHz for the P-Core, while the E cores have a 3.4 GHz base clock and a 4.3 GHz boost clock.

  • Core i7-13700K 8 + 8 (16/24) – 3.4 / 5.3 GHz – 54MB Cache, 125W (PL1) / 244W (PL2)?
  • Core i7-12700K 8 + 4 (12/20) – 3.6 / 5.0 GHz, 25M Cache, 125W (PL1) / 190W (PL2)

Specification of the 14-core Raptor Lake Intel Core i5-13600K processor

The Intel Core i5-13600K contains a total of 14 cores, including 6 P cores based on Raptor Cove and 8 E cores based on current Gracemont cores. This is the same P-Core number as the Intel Core i5-12600K, but the E-Core number has been doubled. So we are looking at a 40% increase in cores and a 25% increase in threads compared to the Alder Lake Core i5-12600K. The processor comes with 24MB L3 cache and 20MB L2 cache for a total of 44MB cache. The clock speeds are set to a 3.5 GHz base, 5.2 GHz boost, and all core boost to 5.1 GHz, while the E cores operate on a 3.5 GHz boost and 3.9 GHz boost.

  • Core i5-13600K 6 + 8 (14/20) – 3.5 / 5.1 GHz – 44MB Cache, 125W (PL1) / 180W (PL2)?
  • Core i5-12600K 6 + 4 (10/16) – 3.6 / 4.9 GHz – 20MB cache, 125W (PL1) / 150W (PL2)

Moving on to the rest of the SKUs, of course we have the 65W non-K SKUs optimized for a lower TDP. The Intel Core i5-13400 seems like a nice upgrade over the Core i5-12400 as it now offers a total of 4 E cores in addition to the 6 P cores, which should help increase multi-threaded performance. The Core i5-13500 is another enhanced variant that offers a step up to 6 P cores and 8 E cores, unlike the Core i5-12400 and Core i5-12500 which have an identical configuration without any P cores. The Core i3 line only includes 1 SKU and it is a Core i3-13100, which will keep the 4-core and 8-thread layout.

The Intel 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S line of desktop processors has been leaked and will have a total of 14 SKUs. (Image credits: extreme)

13th Generation Intel Raptor Lake-S Desktop Processor Family:

Processor name Number of P cores Number of e-cores Total core / thread P-Core Base / Boost (max.) P-Core Boost (all cores) E-base core / reinforcement E-Core Boost (all cores) Cache TDP Manufacturer’s suggested retail price
Intel Core i9-13900K 8 16 24/32 3.0 / 5.8 GHz 5.5 GHz (all cores) TBD / 4.7 GHz 4.3 GHz (all cores) 68 MB 125W (PL1)
250W (PL2)?
TBA
Intel Core i9-13900KF 8 16 24/32 TBD TBD TBD TBD 68 MB 125W (PL1)
250W (PL2)?
TBA
Intel Core i9-13900 8 16 24/32 TBD TBD TBD TBD 68 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i9-13900F 8 16 24/32 TBD TBD TBD TBD 68 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i7-13700K 8 8 16/24 3.4 / 5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz (all cores) 3.4 / 4.3 GHz TBD 54 MB 125W (PL1)
228W (PL2)?
TBA
Intel Core i7-13700KF 8 8 16/24 TBD TBD TBD TBD 54 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i7-13700 8 8 16/24 TBD TBD TBD TBD 54 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i7-13700F 8 8 16/24 TBD TBD TBD TBD 54 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i5-13600K 6 8 14/20 3.5 / 5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz (all cores) 3.5 / 3.9 GHz TBD 44 MB 125W (PL1)
180W (PL2)?
TBA
Intel Core i5-13600KF 6 8 14/20 TBD TBD TBD TBD 44 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i5-13600 6 8 14/20 TBD TBD TBD TBD 44 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i5-13500 6 8 14/20 TBD TBD TBD TBD 32 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i5-13400 6 4 10/16 TBD TBD TBD TBD 28 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA
Intel Core i3-13100 4 0 48 TBD TBD TBD TBD 12 MB 65W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
TBA

13th Gen Intel Raptor Lake Desktop processors, including the flagship Core i9-13900K, are expected to be launched in October on the Z790 platform. The processors will compete with the AMD Ryzen 7000 line of processors, also coming in fall 2022.

Source of information: Harukaze5719

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