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Intel Raptor Lake Specs Allegedly Exposed: Up To 24 Cores, 32 Threads

If you’re hungry for pre-launch Raptor Lake info, the Bilibili-based Extreme Player looks like a good source of nourishment. Chinese Tech The man on his social media yesterday shared an extensive Intel Core i9-13900KF (QS) test with liquid cooling.Today, Extreme Player is back with what he claims List of Intel 13th Generation Core Processors (opens in new tab)He doesn’t claim the specs represent the definitive and final Raptor Lake product matrix, but what’s the status today, August 19th? Therefore, treat the information with care.

We already had some great ideas for the specs of the Raptor Lake launch chip. I believe that this will be the “three K’s”. Core i9-13900K, Core i7-13700K, Core i5-13600K. So it’s nice to see more details on Intel’s unattractive non-overclocking chips and the lower tier chips that many gamers and his DIY enthusiasts choose on a budget.

Extreme Player has included base clock data for all chips in the table, but one significant omission that enthusiasts are looking for is turbo clock data. When asked about this omission in a social media post comment, the Chinese hardware enthusiast indicated that he could not share these details at this time. I don’t know if it knows that there is still time for the turbo clock to change.

Unofficial Raptor Lake CPU spec table. (Image credit: Extreme Player)

Still, some interesting observations and comparisons can be made from the underlying clock data. For example, the new Core i9-13900K/KF has a reported base clock of 3.0 GHz. 200 MHz slower than its Alder Lake ancestor. The Core i7-13700K/KF and Core i5-13600K/KF models also see the same 200 MHz generational base clock reduction.

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