You’ve probably been watching the news lately, waiting for Gigabyte to announce the specs for their new 13th-generation Intel Core CPUs. Well, the wait is finally over. Today, Gigabyte has published the full specifications for all of its latest CPUs. If you’re in the market for a new computer, or even just a new CPU, you’ll want to look at these specs. A few CPU models are perfect for gaming, and others are better suited for productivity and business tasks. So, whether you’re a gamer or a power user, there’s something for everyone in Gigabyte’s lineup of 13th-gen Intel Core CPUs.
Each CPU is designed for gamers, content creators, and overclockers who need the best performance. The CPUs are available in both standard and thermal-friendly versions. There are six different models to choose from, each with a different number of cores and threads. They range in clock speed from 2.4GHz to 4.6GHz and have a Thermal Design Power (TDP) of up to 95 watts. The new Gigabyte CPUs are available for pre-order now and will be released. Check out the full specifications and choose the one that’s best for you.
13th-Gen Intel Core Processors
So you’re in the market for a new processor. We get it. It’s a daunting process, primarily when so many choices exist. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Let’s look at Gigabyte’s latest line of processors: the 13th-Gen Intel Core CPUs. They come in a variety of different options to suit your needs. We’ve got low-end, mid-range, and high-end options, so there’s something for everyone.
And what’s even better is that these processors are compatible with a wide range of motherboards, so you can choose the one that best suits your needs. Intel plans to start selling its first 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors with unlocked multipliers aimed at enthusiasts. Gigabyte has already published some of its specifications in its Z790 Aorus Master CPU support list found by @momomo_us.
What specifications does the Core 13th generation offer?
Now that Gigabyte has published the specifications for its 13th-generation Intel Core CPUs, it’s time to take a closer look at what’s new. For starters, the company offers different models, each with a different number of cores and threads. So overall, these new CPUs offer some pretty impressive specs, and they should be great for gamers and power users who need lots of performance. There’s also a range of clock speeds, so you can pick the one that’s best suited to your needs.
The company will offer 23 different SKUs that include the limited-edition Intel Core i9-13900KS chip as well. About thirteen models feature the Raptor Lake B0 silicon, and a pair of CPUs currently uses the Alder Lake C0, or Raptor Lake B0 dies. In contrast, the remaining pair of SKUs are made with Alder Lake H0, or Alder Lake C0 dies. Overall, these Raptor Lake silicon-based 13th-generation Core processors are meant to be used for top-tier computing operations.
In contrast, each chip has different PBP values that can go from 35W up to 125W (maximum) for some top-tier processors—PBP is a new name for the TDP. If we look at the specifications table, ten processors out of the series are mainstream SKUs with 58W – 65W PBP, while six have a 35W PBP for beginner-level computers. There is still a lot to cover about the all-new processor family. Well, we have created a list below of all the CPUs with their specifications
List of Intel’s 13th Generation Core CPUs
|Model||Base Clock||L3 Cache||TDP/PBP||Silicon||Stepping|
|Core i9-13900K/KF||3.0 GHz||36 MB||125W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i9-13900/F||2.0 GHz||36 MB||65W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i9-13900T||1.10 GHz||36 MB||35W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i7-13700K/KF||3.40 GHz||30 MB||125W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i7-13700/F||2.10 GHz||30 MB||65W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i7-13700T||1.40 GHz||30 MB||35W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i5-13600K/KF||3.50 GHz||24 MB||125W||RPL B0||Raptor Lake|
|Core i5-13600||2.70 GHz||24 MB||65W||ADL C0||Alder Lake|
|Core i5-13600T||1.80 GHz||24 MB||35W||ADL C0||Alder Lake|
|Core i5-13500||2.50 GHz||24 MB||65W||ADL C0||Alder Lake|
|Core i5-13500T||1.60 GHz||24 MB||35W||ADL C0||Alder Lake|
|Core i5-13400/F||2.50 GHz||20 MB||65W||RPL B0 | ADL C0||Alder Lake | Raptor Lake|
|Core i5-13400T||1.30 GHz||20 MB||35W||ADL C0||Alder Lake|
|Core i3-13100/F||3.40 GHz||12 MB||60W/58W||ADL H0||Alder Lake|
|Core i3-13100T||2.50 GHz||12MB||35W||ADL H0||Alder Lake|
NOTE: The CPUs are already available for pre-order, so check them out if you’re in the market for a new motherboard.