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Intel 13th Gen Core Raptor Lake CPU pricing leaked by Newegg

winjer

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Although this is not the official pricing for the 13th Generation Core (yet), it's probably not too far off. The Intel Innovation event, where the company is expected to unveil its new desktop series, begins in just a few short hours.

The whole K and KF portfolio is now labelled as "just launched" on one of the leading PC hardware selling sites in the US, suggesting that Intel is likely to enable retailers to begin taking preorders today.

Leaked are six processor SKUs that Intel is likely to announce today. The flagship i9-13900K costs $659, while the i9-13900KF (no iGPU) costs $629; the i7-13700K costs $449, while the i7-13700KF costs $429; the i5-13600K costs $329, while the i5-13600KF costs $309. Additionally, storage pages provide clock speeds. The i9-13900K/KF operates at a base frequency of 3.00 GHz, the i7-13700K/KF at 3.40 GHz, and the i5-13600K/KF at 3.50 GHz.



If confirmed, these prices are rather competitive, and might make a Intel build a great option.
AMD might be forced to cut prices already on Zen4, to remain competitive with Raptor lake.
 

winjer

Member

Building on a matured Intel 7 process and x86 performance hybrid architecture, 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processors enable better system performance– even through the most demanding of multitasking workloads. This includes up to 15% better single-threaded performance and up to 41% better multi-threaded performance . With this generation, Intel’s performance hybrid architecture brings together the fastest Performance-core (P-core) ever built along with up to double the number of Efficient-cores (E-core) – delivering improved single-threaded and multi-threaded performance that enables:

  • World’s best gaming experience: Available with up to 24 cores (8 P-cores, 16 Ecores) and 32 threads, the new Core i9-13900K provides the best experience for gaming, streaming and recording. With up to 5.8 GHz and 15% better single-thread performance, it can push high frame rates and allows for unleashed gaming experiences across top titles.
  • Continued advances in content creation performance: The 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processor lineup adds more E-cores and up to 41% better multi-threaded performance to handle multiple, compute intensive workloads to keep people in the creative flow.
  • An Unmatched Overclocking Experience 5 : The 13th Gen Intel Core processor offers an unmatched overclocking experience for everyone – from experts to beginners. 13th Gen Intel Core processor users can see higher average overclocking speeds across P-cores, E-cores and DDR5 memory. Intel also updated its easy 1-click overclocking feature, Intel® Speed Optimizer, to support 13th Gen processors so users can overclock with minimal effort. And the robust Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 3.0 ecosystem provides a wide selection of overclocking modules. When coupled with Intel® Dynamic Memory Boost, this feature provides a hassle-free memory overclocking experience with both DDR4 and DDR5.
Industry-Leading Features for Desktop Platforms
The 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processors empower users with leading-edge performance and experiences across gaming, content creation and work, with several new and improved features including:

  • Intel® Adaptive Boost Technology and Thermal Velocity Boost – opportunistically boosting processor clock frequencies based on power and thermal headroom during a given workload. Available in Intel Core i9 unlocked SKUs.
  • More E-cores across Intel Core i5, i7, i9 – powering a big leap in multi-threaded performance and better multi-tasking/mega-tasking experience for users.
  • PCIe Gen 5.0 support, with up to sixteen lanes off the processor.
  • Increased memory support to DDR5-5600 and DDR5-5200, while maintaining DDR4 compatibility.
  • Up to 2x the L2 cache and increased L3 cache.
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
Im digging the thread director.


Intel slides with bulk prices:


The order they are displayed triggers me greatly, I want to photoshop the image and put the tiles in order of increasing price instead of this montrosity. I will buy Ryzen because of this.
Hahahah this was killing me as well.
13400 ? $200 range?
Hopefully.
But remember that everything under the 136K is actually an Alderlake refresh.
The 13400 is basically a 12600K.
The 13500 is a cut down 12900
The 13600 is a cut down 12900 with higher boost.


Intel puling the efficiency card too?
 

DonkeyPunchJr

World’s Biggest Weeb
Man, I think 13600K might be the most interesting of all of these. That could be one hell of a gaming CPU for the price.
 

nkarafo

Member
What do you mean?
CPUs with just P-cores?

Yeah the i3-13100 will have nothing but P cores.

But it only has 4 cores.

There are current i5s that have 6P cores and no E cores. So i'm asking if there's going to be one next gen.

The reason i don't want E cores is that they are a bad design for modern emulators AFAIK.
 

winjer

Member
But it only has 4 cores.

There are current i5s that have 6P cores and no E cores. So i'm asking if there's going to be one next gen.

The reason i don't want E cores is that they are a bad design for modern emulators AFAIK.

You can disable them on the Bios.
Or buy a Zen CPU.
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
But it only has 4 cores.

There are current i5s that have 6P cores and no E cores. So i'm asking if there's going to be one next gen.

The reason i don't want E cores is that they are a bad design for modern emulators AFAIK.
If you are actually buying an RPL CPU like the 136K you can disable them in BIOS.
Or even better if you care about emulation as much get a Zen4 chip....AVX512 still enabled on Zen4.
RPL its been completely lasered off.

Last resort....buy a 12400 an MSI motherboard, and overclock it to 5.0GHz....instant 6P0E-core i5K.
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
Oh, so it's true the new chips will be worse for emulation?
Intel are just bitches.
They got rid of AVX512 instructions off the consumer chips so people would buy their prochips to get AVX512.

AMD dont give a damn and kept AVX512.

If you really wanna stick to Intel find an earlier AlderLake, they still had AVX512 when the E cores were disabled.
 

Rbk_3

Member
Man Newegg has preorders up but they're way over MSRP.

Newegg.ca 12900k $949
Canada Computers has it listed for $799
 

zcaa0g

Member
I think I will stick with my lowly Alder Lake i9-12900k for now, since jumping to the next gen doesn't do much from a gaming perspective when gaming exclusively at 4K. True benefits come if gaming at 1080 or 1440. That's where you can get the big jumps.
 
13th gen looking good. +41% in MT workloads is a huge improvement. Well, AMD did something like it from Zen 3 to Zen 4 too though right?

Gaming performance seems to be just a little bit better. Intel will probably take the crown again but I was expecting more of a bump in this regard.
 

SolidQ

Member
Intel show that 13900k vs 5950x, but should be intel compare with 5800X3D
 
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CuNi

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Intel show that even 12900k win Ryzen 5800X3D in formula22, but reality

See that's what confused me too but we had the image all wrong!
The BAR is the 5950X.
That little tile that looks like an artifact, THAT is the 5800X3D, and it correctly shows winning over the 12900k, it just looks stupid and is absolutely shitty to compare... which absolutely is what Intel tried and achieved I guess.

Intel mastering the "Lie without lying" technique.
 

Larogue

Member
You are gonna pay the Zen 4 price difference in the elctricity bill and the fact you have to buy another MOBO if you decided to upgrade later.
 

Buggy Loop

Member
See that's what confused me too but we had the image all wrong!
The BAR is the 5950X.
That little tile that looks like an artifact, THAT is the 5800X3D, and it correctly shows winning over the 12900k, it just looks stupid and is absolutely shitty to compare... which absolutely is what Intel tried and achieved I guess.

Intel mastering the "Lie without lying" technique.

Angry Jim Henson GIF by Muppet Wiki


Nothing like drama over bar charts. It was clear to me on first glance.
 

drotahorror

Member
Intel are just bitches.
They got rid of AVX512 instructions off the consumer chips so people would buy their prochips to get AVX512.

AMD dont give a damn and kept AVX512.

If you really wanna stick to Intel find an earlier AlderLake, they still had AVX512 when the E cores were disabled.

I'm over here hoping Intel will be brack AVX512 with the next iteration :/
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
13th gen looking good. +41% in MT workloads is a huge improvement. Well, AMD did something like it from Zen 3 to Zen 4 too though right?

Gaming performance seems to be just a little bit better. Intel will probably take the crown again but I was expecting more of a bump in this regard.
The MT workload gains is probably enough to get me to go for a 136K just for CPU rendering.
But on the gaming front, with Intel back on their Tick-Tock schedule, it was wishful thinking at best to assume they were going to increase performance by much.
Alderlake was the Tick, Raptorlake the Tock.
Basically just a refinement.

The real gain will be next year with the Tick of MeteorLake.
You are gonna pay the Zen 4 price difference in the elctricity bill and the fact you have to buy another MOBO if you decided to upgrade later.
I take it your havent been paying attention?
For gaming these things are gonna eat the same shit Zen4 vs RPL on electricity and heat is a non-factor now.

And if you are upgrading your CPU every year or two years.....youve got the cash to clearly NOT care about buying a new Motherboard.
I'm over here hoping Intel will be brack AVX512 with the next iteration :/
One can hope.
Maybe MeteorLake next year has AVX512 reimplemented after Intel sees the success of Zen4.
 

I Master l

Member
If you are actually buying an RPL CPU like the 136K you can disable them in BIOS.
Or even better if you care about emulation as much get a Zen4 chip....AVX512 still enabled on Zen4.
RPL its been completely lasered off.

Last resort....buy a 12400 an MSI motherboard, and overclock it to 5.0GHz....instant 6P0E-core i5K.

7950X with AVX512 can only match12900K without AVX512 in RPCS3, Intel new CPUs will
probably be better even without AVX512

 

Andodalf

Member
See that's what confused me too but we had the image all wrong!
The BAR is the 5950X.
That little tile that looks like an artifact, THAT is the 5800X3D, and it correctly shows winning over the 12900k, it just looks stupid and is absolutely shitty to compare... which absolutely is what Intel tried and achieved I guess.

Intel mastering the "Lie without lying" technique.

Amd just didn't show the 5800X3D at all on their slides. Props to Intel for including it.
 

Black_Stride

do not tempt fate do not contrain Wonder Woman's thighs do not do not
7950X with AVX512 can only match12900K without AVX512 in RPCS3, Intel new CPUs will
probably be better even without AVX512

Snap.
I didnt think the gap between Intel and AMD was like that in emulation.

Well RPL for the win!
 
I think I will stick with my lowly Alder Lake i9-12900k for now, since jumping to the next gen doesn't do much from a gaming perspective when gaming exclusively at 4K. True benefits come if gaming at 1080 or 1440. That's where you can get the big jumps.
Even at 1440p, my Alder Lake i7 and 3080 and churning through everything I throw at it. I think my next upgrade will be a 50xx series graphics card.
 
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