AMD managed to re-enter the processor market scene with the Zen architecture. Eager to take the competition to the next level, Intel has completed its preparations for the 13th generation processor family. Twitter user TheGalox_ has shared new information about Intel’s 13th generation processors.
With Apple moving to ARM-based processors, Intel and AMD are also said to be focusing on ARM processors. However, Intel and AMD continue to put extra clocks into their x86 processors.
Intel’s 13th generation processor family will outperform its competitors
Performance tests have surfaced of the new processors that Intel will introduce in the last quarter of 2022. According to the leaked information, Intel has achieved a 38 percent increase in performance in the i9-13900K model compared to its 12th generation successor.
The Core i5-13600K model managed to outperform the Ryzen 9 5950X and Apple M1 Max processors according to Geekbench 5 performance test results. The 14-core, 20-thread processor achieved a score of 2012 in single-core and 16,054 in multi-core.
According to information shared by TheGalox_, Intel will include 24 cores in the i9-13900K model. The TDP of the flagship processor will be 125W. The high-end model of the mid-range processor family, the i5-13600K, will be offered to consumers with a 125W TDP and 14 cores. The i3-13100 model, which is a representative of the base processor family, will have a 60W TDP and 4 cores.
On the other hand, AMD has announced that it will announce new Ryzen models with AM5 socket as part of the event that will be held on August 29. Intel 13. Nesil Raptor Lake if his family on September 28 It is worth remembering that it will be announced. At the AMD event Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, Ryzen 5 7600X models are expected to be presented.
Intel will include 32 threads with 24 cores in its flagship Core i9-13900K processor. The processor, which is said to have a speed of 3.0 GHz as standard, can go up to 5.8 GHz.
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