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Intel's 13th Generation Processors Are Here! More Cores, Faster Speeds, Same Price

By Mitchell

Sep 28, 2022

Intel and AMD are competing to make the fastest PC CPU. If you want to see how competition works, just look at this race. Intel has had problems with production delays and design flaws over the past ten years.

The Core i9-13900K

AMD has built an impressive family of Ryzen chips for performance-hungry enthusiasts by building on its Zen architecture. Some of our favorite gaming laptops, like the ASUS Zephyrus G14

The Core i9-13900K

With the 12th-generation Core CPUs, Intel finally gave us the hybrid chips we had been waiting for for a long time. With a combination of performance cores (P-cores) and efficient cores (E-cores)

The Core i9-13900K

Intel's 13th-generation Core chips, also known as Raptor Lake. And it sure looks like Intel isn't slumming it. The Core i9-13900K is the company's new top-of-the-line chip.

The Core i9-13900K

It has 24 cores (8 P-cores and 16 E-cores) and a Max Turbo frequency of up to 5.8GHz. Last year's 12900K had 16 cores (8P and 8E) and a top speed of 5.2 GHz.

The Core i9-13900K

The 13th-gen chips are made using an updated version of the Intel 7 process, which uses the company's third-generation SuperFin transistor. When that 3D transistor technology was first announced in 2020

The Core i9-13900K

what we know about the 13th-generation chips, they all seem to be a huge step forward. Compared to its predecessor, the Core i5-13600K has four more cores and an initial 200Mhz

The Core i9-13900K

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