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Core i9-13900K Uncovered In New Die Shots

Fritzchens Fritz (opens in new tab) We have released a detailed die shot of Intel’s Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake processor with a total of 24 cores. The new CPU is noticeably larger than its 16-core Alder Lake predecessor. This is quite promising given the high core count and large cache of modern GPUs.

Intel’s latest desktop 13th Gen Raptor Lake has a die size of 252.65 mm^2, up from 215.25 mm^2 for desktop Alder Lake CPUs. Additionally, the new Raptor Lake processors feature 8 high-performance Raptor Cove cores and 16 energy-efficient Gracemont cores. In contrast, its predecessor only has 8 Golden Cove cores and 8 Gracemont cores. Additionally, the new chip features a total of 32MB of L2 cache and 36MB of L3 cache while its ancestor featured 14MB of L2 cache and 30MB of L3 cache.

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