During Monday’s “Technology Tour 2022” event, chip giant Intel finally officially revealed the detailed specifications of the three 13th-generation Raptor Lake desktop processors, the Core i9-13900K, i7-13700K and i5-13600K. At the same time, the company also hinted that the i9-13900KS SKU will be clocked up to 6 GHz, and explored news such as DDR5 memory speed support and an 8 GHz overclocking world record.
Screenshot (from: Intel official website)
According to @Momomo_us’s Twitter revelations, Intel officially announced the core and frequency specifications of the Core i9-13900K, i7-13700K and i5-13600K in the article “How to Buy a Game Processor”.
The revelation matches the leaked official presentation, though the PTT also includes detailed specs of the Z790 chipset that will succeed the Z690 (both are LGA 1700 processor sockets).
Sadly, aside from the i5, i7, and i9 models mentioned above, Intel has yet to disclose any i3 (and more i5) SKUs – of course, the latter are unlikely to debut with the high-end SKUs unlocked for overclocking.