AMD recently announced the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, it triples its on-die last-level cache using the 3D Vertical Cache technology, to level up to Intel’s “Alder Lake-S” processors in gaming, while using the existing “Zen 3” IP. According to PC enthusiast OneRaichu on Twitter, Intel’s next gen Raptor Lake-S desktop processors will also feature massive cache size increases, is rumored to feature 68 MB of “total cache”.
According to VideoCardZ, Biostar has just submitted Z790 and B760 motherboards to EEC. There is a new filing featuring Biostar Z790 Valkyrie, Z790 Racing GTA, and Z790-A Silver motherboards and some mid-range B760 motherboards. These motherboards are designed for next gen Raptor Lake-S desktop processors.
According to Twitter user Komachi_Ensaka, the next gen Intel 13th Gen Raptor Lake-S desktop processor Core i9-13900K now leaked at Crossmark database. The Core i9-13900K features 24 cores and 32 threads. Out of these eight are performance “P” cores, with the remaining sixteen being “E” efficiency cores.
Intel has revealed the 13th Gen Raptor Lake series codename on its official repository website. The 13th Gen Raptor Lake S desktop processors will be released in 2022, probably in the second half of 2022. Raptor Lake will be the successor of Alder Lake, which will be released at the end of this year.
Intel has just released their 2020’s second-quarter earnings press release. In this press release, Intel has confirmed that their first 10nm Alder Lake-S desktop processors will be launched in the second half of 2021. And there 7nm product Meteor Lake-S is delayed by approximately a year.