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Intel Accidentally Leaks 13th Generation Processor Information

AYOTEKNO.ID–Intel accidentally leaked details for its 13th generation desktop processor on the Canadian version of the website, and although Intel hastily withdrew the information, the digital footprint is hard to erase.

The information reveals details for the Intel Core i5-13600K with 14 cores and 20 threads max boost frequency up to 5.1 GHz. The i7-13700K has 16 cores and 24 threads at up to 5.3 GHz, while the i9-13900K uses 24 cores, 32 threads, and a frequency of 5.4 GHz.

With Turbo Boost Max 3.0 or Thermal Velocity Boost, assuming you have enough power and a suitable cooling system, you’ll be able to push the GHz count higher.

The numbers help confirm earlier leaks in the previous 13th generation Intel CPU leak slides featured at igor’s LAB. It seems that Intel has changed the number of cores and threads compared to the 12th generation.

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Intel promises speed also improves Intel Smart Cache L2 and L3 caches on i5K processors and above.

Of course, the new chipset will support PCIe 5.0 CPU interfaces of up to 16 lanes and continue to facilitate DDR5 and DDR4 RAM, although it will now go up to DDR5-5600 compared to the 12th generation DDR5-4800 limit.

Apart from the glaring advantages of core and thread upgrades, there’s no striking feature of the leak against what’s in the current 12th generation Alder Lake series that introduces DDR5 support.

Alder Lake will stand the test of time, supporting PCIe Gen5 and Thunderbolt 4. This high-end CPU will be in high demand for many desktop PC users.