CES 2023: Intel launches new 13th Gen Core CPUs
January 29, 2023
After the long-awaited technology event of the year, the Silicon Valley partners have presented the new devices they will be launching in the market this 2023. This time it’s Intel’s turn to tell us what the company has in mind and how they will do it. Don’t miss out the note and all the related ones with CES 2023. Let’s get it!
Intel Core Desktop Processor Leadership Continues with New Family Additions
To begin with, it should be noted that Intel’s plans include completing its 13th Generation Intel® desktop processor family, which began in September with the launch of products specially designed for enthusiasts in the K series.
Thus, this year the firm decided to announce new CPU models with 35 and 65 watts that also feature up to 5.6 GHz, 24 cores with 32 threads (with the addition of efficiency cores to Intel Core i5 processors for the general public), and larger L2 cache. So, let’s take a look at the new PC series they’re going to release.
13th Gen Intel Core H-series
This is perhaps the best and newest Intel series, headed by the flagship processor Intel Core i9-13950HX, powered by 24 cores (8 performance and 16 efficiency) at 5.6 gigahertz (GHz) turbo frequency and 32 threads and qualified as the most powerful of its series in both performance and speed (as its speed can be compared to the fastest clock speed available on the laptop market).
On the other hand, it’s an equipment with Intel Thread Director, that means its efficiency and performance cores are going to divide the tasks depending on the need of the PC. But that’s not the end, as they are compatible with DDR4 and DDR5 memory, support for up to 128 GB of RAM, and enhanced connectivity with 5th generation PCIe ports.
If you want to know more about this laptop, you can check the Intel official website article, there you’ll find all the details, so don’t miss it out.
13th Gen Intel Core P-series and U-series
For P- and U-series, Intel said these are perfect laptops for those users who need mobile performance in slim and sleek systems. Likewise, you have to keep in mind that Intel Iris Xe graphics will be included. Therefore, based on the company’s reports, these are the specific exact performance details of these CPUs:
- Up to 14 cores (6 Performance-cores, 8 Efficient-cores) and enhanced Intel Thread Director.
- New Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics features including endurance gaming, XeSS Super Sampling and Intel® Arc™ Control.
- Broad memory support for DDR5 and DDR4 and LP variants.
- Integrated Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) and new wireless features like Intel® Connectivity Performance Suite, Intel® Wi-Fi Proximity Sensing and Intel® Bluetooth LE Audio.6
- Up to four Thunderbolt 4 ports for the fastest, simplest and most reliable cable solution to any dock, display or accessory
13th Gen Intel Core N-series
To close, the company announces its long-awaited N series of computers, created specifically for the education segment as they are suitable for entry-level computing and native IoT edge applications. Here are their key features:
- New Efficient-cores (microarchitecture code-named Gracemont) built on the Intel 7 process technology.
- Up to 28% better application performance and 64% better graphics performance on the Intel Processor over the previous generation.12
- For the first time, scale up to the new Intel Core i3 N-series for up to an additional 42% application performance and 56% graphics performance over the Intel Processor.13
- Up to 10-hour HD video playback without recharging.14
- New AV1 decode, high-resolution display engine and improved IPU and MIPI camera support.
- Extended connectivity with ultra-fast Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) and Bluetooth 5.2.
- Flexible memory (LPDDR5, DDR5/DDR4) and storage (UFS/SSD/eMMC) options.