Intel's Canadian section of Intel's website provided short-term information on three Core 13th generation processors. The data were quickly removed, but they were able to disseminate online sources.
The Intel page dedicated to the collection of game PCs listed Core i5-13600K, Core i7-137000K and Core i9-139000K models. According to the description given, the first of these chips contains 14 computing kernels, including six productive and eight energy efficient. Possible simultaneous execution of up to 20 flow instructions. The maximum clock frequency of the production unit is 5.1 GHz.
The Core i7-13700K processor, in turn, has 16 kernels, eight of which are productive and energy efficient. Up to 24 flow instructions are allowed at the same time. Tactical frequency reaches 5.3 GHz.
Finally, the oldest model, Core i9-13900K, consists of 24 kernels, eight productive and 16 energy efficient. The number of instructions flows reaches 32. The maximum frequency of the production node is 5.4 GHz.
It should be noted that for the top chip, there is also a support for Thermal Velocity Boost technology, which allows two productive kernels to run to 5.8 GHz.
The official announcement of the Raptor Lake generation processors is scheduled to take place on September 27, as part of the Intel Innovation event.