Intel continues to roam freely in the processor sector and only one AMD model will stand up to its current Core 12 before the new Ryzen 7000 is released. The latter are a clear threat to the blue giant, so this is preparing in the trenches for what is to come and according to the latest leaked information it will come loaded with dynamite, since the new Core 13 processors They will be the fastest in history in terms of frequency.
It will not be an easy battle and the war will go much further than before. Intel knows this and what it has prepared with its Core 13 based on the Raptor Lake architecture is synonymous with drums in the dark. The most striking thing is not what is intuited, it is what has just been leaked, since the 5.5 GHz of the i9-12900KS is going to be nothing seen.
Intel Core 13 processors, a jump in frequency and performance
A new report highlights what Intel’s 10nm (now Intel 7) can do, and the reality is that the company doesn’t seem to be lying when it said what it said about them. And it is that Intel could increase the speed of its flagship within the Core 13 between 200MHz and 300MHz compared to the current Alder Lake processors, specifically on the named i9-12900KS that gets those 5.5 GHz as standard in a core.
RPL will over the new highest freq which was created by 12900KS.
More 2-300 MHz is possible.
— Raichu (@OneRaichu) April 13, 2022
This would give us a total and maximum speed of no less than 5.8GHzsomething unthinkable if we simply look back 2 years and that would leave Intel very close to the theoretical barrier of 6GHzsomething that no one has achieved in a series processor and therefore without any overclock.
But these are not the only improvements that these new Core 13 will bring to be the fastest in history as such.
More cores, more IPC, more efficiency
Intel has spoken of a series of key improvements that, together with today’s leak, leave a complicated picture for AMD. Those of Pat Gelsinger speak of a double-digit increase in performance, which implies the aforementioned number of 5.8GHz and also an increase in IPC thanks to improvements in the architecture, which seemed few at first and again Intel could surprise here.
The number of cores will be increased, making it possible to add more E-coreswhich will make it possible for them to work longer due to the fact that by simple number and increase in frequency they will be able to handle higher caliber workloads, being able to reduce consumption, voltage and therefore the final temperature of each processor.
We cannot forget either the new restructuring of caches that Intel plans, where L2 and L3 have increased in size to achieve a greater performance increase in games in the purest AMD style.
All this scenario will be accompanied by improvements in the overclocking of Core 13 processors and a new M.2 module for SSDs that will integrate a new invoice management powered by AI, of which we still do not know anything and that will undoubtedly be an interesting incentive in your presentation. Meanwhile and if the leaks are correct, the Core 13 will be the fastest processors in history.