Recently, it was revealed that:Intel Core 13 Raptor Lake will increase its cache capacity from core 12.
Previously, Intel released the 12th generation Core i9 12900K processor, which has 30MB L3 cache and 14MB L2 cache, a total of 44MB. According to the source, the 13th generation Core'S L2+L3 cache will increase by 54% compared to the previous generation.
This means core 13 has the potential to hit 68MB of cache.
The increase in processor cache will greatly improve the overall performance of the processor, and for most users, this will directly lead to an improved gaming experience.
In addition to caching, the core 13 will also make changes in other areas.
According to previous leaks, the top model of the 13th Generation Core is i9 13900K,The processor has eight performance cores, 16 efficiency cores and a total of 32 threads, compared with i9 12900K, the number of efficiency cores has directly doubled, and the paper data is excellent.