Intel is all set to launch the first six of the 13th Gen Raptor Lake desktop CPUs next week, with all of them being K-series (unlocked multiplier) which supports overclocking, the six K-series processors will launch with or without integrated graphics depending on the model, and will be 125W TDP aimed for enthusiasts and high-end users.
The entire 13th Gen Raptor Lake lineup will include other SKUs as well, that will run on 65W or 35W TDP, however, as of yet Intel has not confirmed any further details regarding their launch date.
Gigabyte Leaks Entire Intel 13th Gen CPU Portfolio Before Intel’s Official Announcement
On Gigabyte’s website, the company has published the CPU support list for the brand new premium intel Z790 motherboards, this comes as a surprise as Intel yet to reveal some of these SKUs officially. The support list reveals details regarding base frequencies, wattage, cache sizes, and stepping.
|Model||Stepping / Silicon||Base Clock||L3 Cache||TDP|
|Core i9-13900K/KF||Raptor Lake B0||3.00GHz||36MB||125W|
|Core I9-13900/F||Raptor Lake B0||2.00GHz||36MB||65W|
|Core I9-13900T||Raptor Lake B0||1.10GHz||36MB||35W|
|Core I7-13700KF/K||Raptor Lake B0||3.40GHz||30MB||125W|
|Core I7-13700/F||Raptor Lake B0||2.10GHz||30MB||65W|
|Core I7-13700T||Raptor Lake B0||1.40GHz||30MB||35W|
|Core I5-13600K/KF||Raptor Lake B0||3.50GHz||24MB||125W|
|Core I5-13600||Alder Lake C0||2.70GHz||24MB||65W|
|Core I5-13600T||Alder Lake C0||1.80GHz||24MB||35W|
|Core I5-13500||Alder Lake C0||2.50GHz||24MB||65W|
|Core I5-13500T||Alder Lake C0||1.60GHz||24MB||35W|
|Core I5-13400/F||RPL B0/ADL C0||2.50GHz||20MB||65W|
|Core I5-13400T||Alder Lake C0||1.30GHz||20MB||35W|
|Core I3-13100/F||Alder Lake H0||3.40GHz||12MB||60W/58W|
|Core I3-13100T||Alder Lake H0||2.50GHz||12MB||35W|
Gigabyte has confirmed at lease 22 Intel 13th Gen desktop processors, utilizing a mixed Raptor Lake / Alder Lake dies, in essence, 12 models will use the Raptor Lake B0 silicon, while 8 of the remaining models will use the Alder Lake C0 or H0 dies.
Interestingly 2 of the models on the list, Core i5-13400 & Core i5-13400F will use either Raptor Lake B0 or Alder Lake C0 dies, which is not the first time for Intel to launch the same CPU utilizing two different dies concurrently.
In the list, Gigabyte did not confirm any more details regarding core count or core configuration, and we still have no ETA on when these CPUs are expected to be officially announced by Intel & hit the market.