Intel will present the desk processors Raptor Lake tonight, and possibly other new ones. The launch by Intel's CEO Patrick Gelsinger will take place as part of Intel Innovation's events and begin at 6:30 p.m. Moscow time. The event will be broadcast online on the company's official website and YouTube channel.
===Intel Raptor Lake===The new ones will offer up to 24 nuclei, eight of which will be highly productive on the Gracemont base. Thus, compared to the predecessors, the new ones will have a maximum number of E-nuclears double, and they will be able to offer up to 32 streams.
Six models are expected to be announced: Core i9-13900K and Core i9-13900KF, Core i7-13700K and Core i7-13700KF, as well as Core i5-13600K and Core i6-13600KF. They all have a unlocked multiplier and refer to senior Intel solutions. Annotation of the remaining, more accessible models with no acceleration capability is expected later, probably in early January.
Together with the new CPU, Intel will present new chipsets in the 700 series, and the manufacturers of the motherboard will issue new solutions based on them, while the Raptor Lake will be implemented in the same LGA 1700 building as the current Alder Lake.
Another topic of the presentation is likely to be video cards. Intel has long promised to release desktop graphic accelerators, but so far only the younger Arc A380 has entered the market. We may be able to find new details about Arc A750 and A770's senior video cards today.