Intel's 13th generation Raptor Lake core CPU is expected to be the first x86 chip to break 6GHz, Wccftech reported, citing sources.
IT Home has learned that Intel Core 13 will be released in the second half of the year, and Intel has now confirmed that this line of processors will use Intel 7 technology for double-digit performance improvements,Maximum 24 cores 32 threads, that is, 8 cores +16 small cores, with enhanced overclocking function, compatible with the 12 generation Core platform. In addition, The Core 13 will have a larger cache, up to 68MB (L2 36MB+ L3 32MB), with ddr5-5200 memory supported by default.
According to the report,The 13 generation Core will support ETVB overclocking modeIn this overclocking mode, the Core 13 Raptor Lake will likely have a model with a core clock speed of up to 6 GHz.
AMD side, ryzen 7000 series will also have quite high frequency. AMD showed games during Computex 2022 with a 16-core ES version that ran steadily at 5.5ghz, meaning it had a higher single-core frequency. In addition, AMD will also release a 3D V-Cache model at the same time.