Intel released a number of new 13th-generation Core processors yesterday, and there is also an i9-13900KS flagship processor that has not been launched, with a turbo frequency of up to 6GHz.
According to the latest exposure information, the domestic product page information of this processor has been released. It has 24 cores and 32 threads, (8 large cores + 16 small cores), 32MB L3 cache, and the main frequency of the large core reach 3.2GHz. Under TVB overclocking technology, the highest core frequency can reach 6GHz, which is 200MHz higher than that of i9-13900K. In addition, the basic power consumption of the i9-13900KS has also increased, reaching 150W, which is 25W higher than that of the i9-13900K, and the highest turbo frequency power consumption is 253W.
The packaging box of the processor is basically the same as that of the i9-13900K, except that the word “special edition” is written in the lower right corner, and the specifications are basically the same as those exposed.
According to previous revelations, the Intel Core i9-13900KS will be launched on January 12, and is currently on the shelves in French stores, with a price tag of 949.96 Euros (currently about 6925 yuan), which is 180 Euros more expensive than the i9-13900K (currently about 1312 RMB).