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The thirteenth generation of Raptor Lake processors has been launched by Intel, a line of CPUs that will be available together with the Z790 chipset boards, during this month of October. Generation of hardware that, among its main implementations, will allow higher clock speeds, a greater number of high-efficiency cores and, in addition, will support DDR5-5600 memories thanks to an increase in its base speed.
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This will allow 5,600 MHz memory to be used natively, reaching speeds of up to 7,600 MHz thanks to overclocking. Numbers that make a big jump compared to the current generation of Alder Lake, which has 4800 MHz as a standard.
Information that can be seen in a list published by INTEL (via HD Technology), revealing the memory support through XMP 3.0 profiles of the Core i9-13900K and i7-13700k processors. CPU that, as we anticipated, support speeds of 7200 MHz, 7466 MHz and 7600 MHz, in memories from brands such as G.Skill, ADATA, Team Group and Kingston.
Memories that are not yet commercialized, as well as the plates that support them. Something that is expected to start soon this month or later, after the Intel Raptor Lake CPUs (Core i9-13900K, i9-13900KF, i7-13700K, i7-13700KF, i5-13600K and i5-13600KF) hit the market on October 20.
Processors that finally, as indicated by the brand itself during the Intel Innovation event, will support speeds of “6600 MHz and more”, ensuring that it could even reach 10,000 MHz using liquid nitrogen.
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