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The Intel Raptor Lake would go on sale on October 17

According to the latest rumors, it will be September 28 when Intel officially announce its 13th generation Core processors, and these are none other than the raptor lake. Shortly after its official announcement, October 17these processors would already be available for purchase with the new motherboards with the chipset Intel Z790expecting mid-range motherboards based on the chipsets Intel H770 and B760 to arrive early 2023.

Concretely, the announcement of these plates would take place January 5 at CES in Las Vegas, and would be accompanied by the launch of “non-K” Raptor Lake processors. Recalling that current motherboards will be backward compatible with Raptor Lake, just like using DDR4 RAMbecause it only makes sense that the company focuses solely on the enthusiast range.

As for the mid-range, the economy range, you can arrive without rushing given that Z690, H670 and B660 motherboards will drop in price, and this will be accompanied by the company’s cheapest processor variant. On another side, the H710 chipset will never see the lightit is indicated that the H610 will be maintained for said segment.

Intel Raptor Lake-S LGA1700 Platform

This way the Intel Raptor Lake processors will arrive at least 2 weeks until the launch of the AMD Ryzen 7000something quite curious if the launch period is really respected.

The reason is that in recent days we have seen many landmarks Intel Core i9-13900K, Core i7-13700K, and Core i5-13600K processors in CPU-Z and Geekbench benchmarks and games, while in AMD silence reignssomething quite strange if its launch is really imminent, when Intel already has practically everything ready to mass produce the definitive versions of its processors, since the views so far are engineering samples.

AMD Ryzen 7000 vs. Intel Raptor Lake
Model raphael Raptor Lake-S
Launch Q3 2022 Q3 2022
Lithography 5nm (TSMC) Intel 7 (10nm Enhanced SuperFin)
microarchitecture Zen4 Anse Raptor + Gracemont
GPU architecture RDNA2 Gen12.2
Number of cores up to 16 up to 24 (8x P-Core + 16x E-Core)
Socket AM5 (LGA1718) LGA1700
Freq. Max 5.50GHz? 5.80GHz?
PDT 170W 200W?
RAM memory DDR5@5200MHz DDR4@3200MHz
PCIe lanes x24 PCIe 5.0 x16 PCIe 5.0
Series AMD Ryzen 7000 13th Generation Intel Core
chipsets amd 600 Intel 700

via: @ECSM_Official | video cardz

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