Core i9-13900K - Intel - WikiChip

Core i9-13900K - Intel - WikiChip

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Core i9-13900K is a 64-bit tetracosa-core high-end performance x86 desktop microprocessor introduced by Intel in late 2022. This processor, which is based on the Raptor Lake microarchitecture, is manufactured on Intel's enhanced Intel 7 process. The i9-13900K is a heterogeneous multicore SoC integrating eight big Raptor Cove cores along with sixteen small Gracemont cores. The big cores operate at 3.0 GHz with a Turbo Boost frequency of up to 5.4 GHz, a Turbo Boost Max frequency of up to 5.7 GHz, and a Thermal Velocity Boost frequency of up to 5.8 GHz. The small cores operate at 2.2 GHz with a Turbo Boost frequency of up to 4.3 GHz. This processor has a base power of 125 W and a maximum turbo power of 253 W. This chip supports up to 128 GiB of dual-channel DDR5-5600 ECC memory and incorporates Intel's UHD Graphics 770 IGP operating at 300 MHz with a burst frequency of 1.65 GHz.

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