Intel Core i9-13900K processor can clock up to 5.8GHz

While the Intel Core i9-13900K processor brings the number of cores to record scales on the desktop, it also breaks records in clock frequencies. Also, the cache has been doubled. 

While waiting for the end of the year for Intel’s thirteenth generation Raptor Lake processors, leaks started to come slowly. The pinnacle of the new architecture is Intel Core i9-13900K breaking the frequency record. 

What will the Intel Core i9-13900K offer?

According to leaks, the Intel Core i9-13900K processor includes 8 Golden Cove performance cores and 16 Raptor Cove efficiency cores. Thus, a monster with 24 cores and 32 threads emerges. 

The new processor can be overclocked up to 5.8GHz with the effect of efficiency. With a TDP of 125W, more than double the previous generation, with 68MB of cache, it’s trying not to free up AMD. 

In the series, Intel Core i7-13700K processor comes with 8+8 core structure and 54MB cache, Intel Core i5-13600K processor comes with 6+8 core structure and 44MB cache. It has been noted that Atom cores can also go up to 4.5GHz in the series.

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