Intel released the highly anticipated 13th Gen Intel Core processors at the Intel Innovation Keynote 2022. The 13th Gen processors are led by the i9-13900K, which Intel claims is the world’s fastest desktop processor.

The new 13th Gen Intel Core family also includes six new unlocked desktop processors with up to 24 cores and 32 threads, and an incredible clock speed of up to 5.8 GHz, which would be amazing for a wide variety of consumer and enthusiast uses, especially for gaming and streaming.

Intel Core “K” processors will continue to be the flagship processors in Intel’s 13th generation processors. The 13th generation processor family consists of 22 different processors of different budgets.

Enthusiasts can take advantage of the improved performance of 13th Gen Intel Core processors with existing Intel 600 motherboards or the new Intel 700 series chipsets. Combined with both the latest DDR5 memory support and ongoing DDR4 memory support, users can enjoy the benefits of Intel Core 13 -th generation, customizing your settings depending on your own functions and budget preferences.

In this generation, Intel’s hybrid performance architecture combines the fastest Performance, or P, cores ever created along with double the number of Efficiency, or E, cores for improved single-threaded and multi-threaded performance.

The 13th generation Intel processors have up to 24 cores (8 P-cores, 16 E-cores) and 32 threads and provide unprecedented gaming, streaming and recording capabilities. The top-tier i9-13900K processor runs at a standard 5.8GHz and offers 15 percent better single-threaded performance, which can push high frame rates and deliver a fluid gaming experience in the best titles.

The 13th Gen Intel Core desktop processor lineup adds more E-cores and up to 41% better multi-threaded performance to handle many intensive computing workloads to keep people in the creative flow.

13th Gen Intel Core processors also offer an unmatched overclocking experience for everyone from experts to beginners. Users can see higher average overclocking speeds for P-cores, E-cores, and DDR5 memory.

Intel has also updated its easy one-click overclocking feature Intel Speed ​​Optimizer to support 13th generation processors so users can overclock with minimal effort. And the robust Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 3.0 ecosystem provides a wide selection of modules for overclocking. Combined with Intel Dynamic Memory Boost, this feature provides trouble-free memory overclocking with DDR4 and DDR5.

Intel has also released a new Intel 700 series chipset with advanced features for improved reliability and performance. Eight additional PCIe Gen 4.0 lanes combined with PCIe Gen 3.0 provide 28 lanes from the chipset, increased USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 (20Gbps) ports provide improved USB connection speed, and DMI Gen 4.0 increases chipset-to-CPU bandwidth for fast access to peripherals and the network.

In addition, Intel provides forward and backward compatibility, meaning users can take advantage of the improved performance of the 13th Gen Intel Core processor with existing Intel 600 chipset-based motherboards.

The 13th generation Intel Core “K” desktop processors and the Intel Z790 chipset will be available from October 20, including boxed processors, motherboards and desktop systems. Other processors in the lineup will be released in stages starting at a later date.