Intel's 13th-generation Core processors are about to be released, and many manufacturers are preheating new motherboards

time:2023-01-27 10:19:15 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Intel's 13th-generation Core processors are about to be released, and many manufacturers are preheating new motherboards

Previously, AMD has released its new Ryzen 7000 series CPU, and will also announce the price of its products in the domestic market in the near future. AMD’s main competitor in the CPU field, Intel, has also been reported to officially release its 13th-generation Core CPU on September 28, and is expected to hold a domestic conference in October to release the price of the National Bank version. According to a report some time ago, Intel will launch the 13th-generation Core processors and 700 series motherboards at the end of September. The first models are i9-13900K/KF with 8 large 16 small 24 cores and 32 threads, and 8 large 8 small 16 cores and 24 threads. The i7-13700K/KF, the i5-13600K/KF with 6 big 8 small 14 cores and 20 threads. The existing 600 series motherboards are compatible with the 13th generation Core, and in turn, the new 700 series motherboards are also compatible with the 12th generation Core. They are all compatible with DDR4 and DDR5 memory, but it is expected that the 700 series motherboards will support DDR5 more. In addition, the 13th-generation Core still supports 16 PCIe 5.0 buses, 4 PCIe 4.0 buses, and the DDR5 memory support frequency is upgraded from 4800MHz to 5600MHz. And related media released the highest turbo frequency information of the 13th generation Core K series processors, of which the i9-13900K highest turbo frequency is 5.8GHz, the i7-13700K highest 5.4GHz, and the i5-13600K highest 5.1GHz, which is basically the same as the previous revelations, all high. Many products in the previous generation. According to many media analysis, although the turbo frequency of the new chip has been increased more, after increasing the turbo frequency, it will bring about the problem of increased power consumption and greater heat generation. For consumers who want to upgrade Consumers need to replace a better cooling system and a higher-power power supply, and the upgrade expenditure will increase, which will reduce the enthusiasm of consumers to upgrade new chips. And the first product after Intel officially launched the design of large and small cores, the 12th generation Core series, has caused dissatisfaction among many users because of the power consumption and battery life on the mobile terminal. It is not known what kind of performance it has, and it is necessary to wait until the actual release to know through feedback. As the press conference time approaches, many manufacturers have also begun to warm up the new generation of motherboards. Today, MSI officially stated that the new generation of silver ITX motherboards will be released in 3 days. Judging from the release time, this may be a Z790I model. In addition to MSI, manufacturers such as ASUS and ASRock have also started the warm-up work for new motherboards adapted to the 13th-generation Core processor.

(Responsible editor:Chassis)

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