Intel is expected to launch the highly anticipated Raptor Lake processors soon. This is supposed to happen between September 27 and 28 this year, as part of a conference that will take place in the Californian city of San Jose. This is actually going to be a conference that will be largely aimed at developers. Intel is expected to use this event to present its 13th generation processors.
Initially, of course, Intel Raptor Lake processors will be sold for personal computers. These will be equipped with powerful P-Core (Performance Core) processor cores, which will be based on the Raptor Cove architecture. In addition to these, of course, energy-saving E-Core (Efficiency Core) processor cores will also be used. The most powerful desktop model will be equipped with 24 physical cores (8 P-Core and 16 E-Core) and 32 threads. The highest frequency of the newcomers is said to be over six gigahertz. This will be made possible by Digital Linear Voltage Regulator (DLVR) technology.
Intel Raptor Lake processors for laptops will follow soon after. These are expected to come with the “HX” badge. The first model of the new family of Intel Raptor Lake processors for laptops has already appeared online. This is the Core i5-13600HX model. It uses 14 physical and 20 virtual processors to calculate data. A total of 6 powerful and eight energy-saving processor cores are available. The operating frequencies of the novelty have not been disclosed, but it will definitely be higher than four gigahertz and lower than five gigahertz.
It is currently unknown when Intel will offer Raptor Lake processors for laptops. Many are convinced that this will happen only at the beginning of next year. These processors will, of course, initially be intended only for high-end notebooks.
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