Intel Mistakenly Leaks Its Own Raptor Lake CPUs

Intel mistakenly leaks its own Raptor Lake CPUs spec and many more on its site.

Intel Mistakenly Leaks Its Own Raptor Lake CPUs

Intel Mistakenly Leaks Its Own Raptor Lake CPUs

The raptor lake processors by Intel have been leaked already by the company itself thus showing the flagship CPU and two others with what can also be assumed and seen as the final core counts and max boost speeds.

This is looking like a mistaken update to an official Intel guide in selecting the right gaming CPU. And the company in one section of their Canadian website discussed the spec of three 12th-gen (current Alder Lake) models. The accidental update to the page also included a trio of incoming Raptor Lake models instead and they are the Core i5-13600K, Core i7-13700K, and flagship Core i9-13900K.

The Error Has Now Been Corrected

The supposed error has now been corrected and the page reverted to show the Alder lake chips but this is not before leaker @momomo_us screen grabbed the details as per VideoCardz.

And as seen in the leak, the 13900K is shown with 24 cores and 32 threads and a maximum boost clock of 5.4GHz for the performance cores. With this and as rumored, it is a chip with 8 performance cores and 16 efficiency cores. The latter however does not have hyper-threading, therefore the 32 threads.

Specs Contained In the Leak

You should also note that the 13700K is listed as having 24 threads and 16 cores, therefore 8 performances and 8 efficiency cores with a best boost of 5.3GHz for the performance cores. And the 13600K on the other hand offers 14 cores and 20 threads thus meaning 6 performance cores and 8 efficiencies with a maximum boost of up to 5.1GHz.

All of this info is coming with a suggestion that this mistaken spec update could be having errors within it or at least it is a possibility, but it is one that is not very likely as we would hope.


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