According to the latest report, two high-end models of Intel’s 13th-generation Core mobile processors, i9-13900HK / i7-13700H, have now appeared on the Geekbench platform. The two processors are still in the specifications of 6 large cores + 8 small cores, the highest frequency has not been correctly identified yet, and the L3 cache is 24MB.
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Judging from the size of the L2 cache, the core of the 13th-generation Core mobile processor seems to follow the 12th-generation Core Alder Lake instead of the latest Raptor Cove architecture.
Moreover, Intel is expected to release the 13th-generation Core desktop processor tonight and may mention the news of the 13th-generation Core mobile processor, which will most likely be released at CES in January next year.
Intel’s 13th generation Core desktop processor:
i9-13900K / KF: 24 cores and 32 threads, turbo frequency 5.8GHz, base power consumption 125W, maximum turbo frequency power consumption 253W
i7-13700K / KF: 16 cores and 24 threads, turbo frequency 5.4GHz, base power consumption 125W, maximum turbo frequency power consumption 253W
i5-13600K / KF: 14 cores and 20 threads, turbo frequency 5.1GHz, base power consumption 125W, maximum turbo frequency power consumption 181W