The Internet is increasingly talking about the 13th generation processors from Intel, which are being developed under the Raptor Lake Development brand. The new processors will actually represent an evolution of the Alder Lake processor core. The new processors are said to be based on a 10nm technology called “SuperFin”, but they will be much more powerful than current models. On average, they will be 20 percent stronger.
The new Intel Raptor Lake processors will use powerful P-Core (Performance Core) processor cores based on the Raptor Cove architecture. In addition, of course, energy-efficient E-Core processor cores (Efficiency Core) will also be used. The most powerful model is said to have 24 physical cores (8 P-Core and 16 E-Core) and 32 processor threads. The highest frequency for newcomers is said to be over six gigahertz. This will be achieved through Digital Linear Voltage Regulator (DLVR) technology. These will support both older DDR4 system memory and newer DDR5 memory for the stick.
Thirteenth generation Intel processors may hit the market soon. This was noted by the famous motherboard manufacturer ASRock. Namely, they have prepared a hardware code update that supports Intel Raptor Lake processors for motherboards with Intel 600 family system clusters and LGA 1700 sockets. The list of ASRock motherboards that will support the new Intel processors is available at https://www.asrock.com/microsite/Intel600NextGen/ . However, soon, support for the upcoming Intel processors is likely to be provided by other well-known motherboard manufacturers.