Chipmaker Intel has unveiled its latest 13th Gen Intel Core processors, with the 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900K being the top processor. The company said that the new 13th generation Intel Core family includes six new unlocked processors with up to 24 cores and 32 threads clocked at up to 5.8 GHz to enhance the gaming experience.

Intel claims that the latest generation of processors offers up to a 15 percent increase in single-threaded performance and up to 41 percent in multi-threaded performance compared to 12th-generation Intel Core processors.

“We’re raising the bar for PC performance once again with our latest generation of flagship 13th Gen Intel Core processors,” said Michelle Johnston Holthouse, executive vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group at Intel.

The 13th generation Intel Core lineup consists of 22 processors and more than 125 partner systems. Intel Core processors of the 13th generation are divided into K and KF models. The two Intel 13th generation i5, i7 and i9 processors are identical in terms of performance. The only difference between the two is that the KF models do not have integrated graphics. Intel’s 13th Gen K processors, on the other hand, are powered by Intel UHD Graphics 770.

Intel 13th Gen processors are unlocked, which means enthusiasts can install 13th Gen Intel Core processors also on existing Intel 600 motherboards, as well as new Intel 700 series motherboards.

Intel’s 13th generation processors also come with DDR4 memory support, but its maximum frequency is 3200 MHz. The new Intel processors support up to 128 GB of RAM with a maximum memory speed of DDR5 5600 MHz.

This generation, Intel said its hybrid performance architecture combines the fastest Performance cores (P-cores) ever created, as well as up to double the number of Efficient-cores (E-cores) — delivering improved single-threaded and multi-threaded performance.

The top models Intel Core i9-13900K and i9-13900KF are equipped with 24 cores each with eight performance cores and 16 efficiency cores. The E cores have a base frequency of 2.2 GHz, while the P cores have a base frequency of 3.0 GHz. The maximum or turbo frequency is 4.3 GHz for efficient cores and 5.8 GHz for performance cores.

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