Recently, new rumors have been reported regarding Intel’s 13th generation CPU, Intel Raptor Lake, which is expected to be released in the second half of this year.
Raptor Lake-related rumors confirmed until recently were that Intel would release Raptor Lake in the fourth quarter of this year.
In addition, CPU performance improvement was also mentioned, and it was predicted that there would be an additional performance improvement of 8 to 15% based on single-thread performance, and an additional performance improvement of 30-40% through up to 8 increased E-cores in the case of multi-threading.
In addition, the desktop CPU is targeted for release in the third quarter, but in the case of the mobile lineup RPS-H/HX/U, it was confirmed to be released in the fourth quarter of this year. It is currently being analyzed as a strategy to put a term related to the release date.
On the other hand, the Intel Raptor Lake CPU, which has these various rumors, uses the same LGA1700 socket as the Intel 12th generation CPU, and based on the i9 13900K (tentative name), it will have a specification of 32 threads with a maximum of 24 cores.