Although Intel Core 13 will be released about a month later than AMD Zen 4, A good meal fears no late evening. .
According to the leaked score, the 13-generation Core Smart upgraded to 24 cores and 32 threads, the various benchmarks are very impressive. Another advantage over the Zen 4,13 core is that it is compatible with DDR4/DDR5 memory.
A specification sheet for a manufacturer's Z790 motherboard shows thatBy default, the DDR5-6800 DIMMs (single channel +1 Rank) and DDR4 DDR4-5333 DIMMs (single channel +1 Rank) are supported.
The so-called Rank is one of the components of the memory chip. Usually, the uppercase letter R can be seen on the label of the memory chip. The number in front of the letter R represents the number of ranks, and the number in the Rank is a number of memory particles.
For reference, in the cash Z690, DDR5 default maximum support up to 6666MHz, DDR4 is 5200MHz. From what we've seen so far, Zen 4 doesn't seem to have DDR5 support in Intel's high frequency range.