Intel’s Non-K Raptor Lake CPUs Have Alleged Prices, Release Dates, and Core Counts Listed

European sales listings are leaked online.

According to a listing spotted by @momomo us, at least one European retailer plans to begin selling Intel’s 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors on January 3, 2023. The processors were expected to make their official debut at CES, which begins on January 5. Additionally, retailers are preparing to launch sales of Intel B760 and H770-based motherboards, though some of these platforms will not be available until much later.

The leaked listing reveals not only the alleged launch date and preliminary pricing of the new CPUs (prices may be inflated, as this is an early listing) but also the general configurations of the new 13th Generation Core processors. This is unofficial information, so take it with a grain of salt.

The mainstream SKUs will continue to feature 24 cores, including eight high-performance Raptor Cove cores and 16 energy-efficient Goldmont cores, just like the unlocked 13th Gen Core i9 series. The primary distinction between Core i7 ‘Raptor Lake’ and ‘Alder Lake’ components is that ‘Raptor Lake’ components have four more energy-efficient cores. Additional cores and increased clock speeds will almost certainly place the new chips among the top gaming CPUs.

CPU Configuration Price in EUR Price in USD (w/o VAT)
Core i9-13900 8P + 16E 765 675
Core i9-13900F 8P + 16E 730 644
Core i7-13700 8P + 8E 520 459
Core i7-13700F 8P + 8E 485 428
Core i5-13500 6P + 8E 320 282
Core i5-13400 6P + 4E 306 270
Core i5-13400F 6P + 4E 277 244
Core i3-13100 4P 189 167
Core i3-13100 4P 154 136

The most significant difference between Core i5 ‘Raptor Lake’ and ‘Alder Lake’ processors is that the new CPUs will have four or six Goldmont cores, whereas the older ones do not. Core i5 processors will be significantly more competitive in multithreaded applications with the addition of four additional cores. The Core i5-13500 appears particularly competitive due to its 14 cores (6P+8E) and €320 ($282 excluding VAT) price tag. In contrast, 13th Generation Core i3 components will not include any additional processing engines and will continue to feature four high-performance cores.

Model Chipset Memory Price in EUR Price in USD (w/o VAT)
Asus TUF Gaming H770-Pro Wi-Fi H770 DDR5 266 235
Asus ROG Strix B760-G Gaming Wi-Fi D4 B760 DDR4 280 247
Asus ROG Strix B760-A Gaming Wi-Fi D4 B760 DDR4 288 254
Asus ROG Strix B760-I Gaming Wi-Fi B760 DDR5 258 227
Asus Prime B760M-A Wi-Fi D4 B760 DDR4 228 201
Asus TUF Gaming B760-Plus Wi-Fi D4 B760 DDR4 258 227

The prices of the new 13th Generation Core Raptor Lake desktop components appear to be quite high. However, there are a few things to keep in mind. Firstly, European prices are typically a bit higher than American prices. Second, retailers who list new parts before their official release typically charge a premium to attract early adopters.

We cannot say that Intel B760 and Intel H770-based motherboards for LGA1700 processors are inexpensive, as they all cost well over €200/$200. In the meantime, the majority of the listed motherboards support affordable DDR4 memory, so systems based on the new 13th Generation Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processor will be priced quite competitively. This is crucial as they compete with AMD’s Ryzen 7000-series platforms, which only support DDR5, and AMD’s partners have not yet introduced affordable AM5 motherboards.

17 SKUs with 35W and 65W processor base power (PBP) and CPU models utilizing Raptor Lake B0, Alder Lake C0, and Alder Lake H0 stepping dies are expected to comprise Intel’s lineup of non-K 13th Generation Core processors for mainstream and compact desktops. The European retailer currently lists only 65W processors, which is unsurprising given that Intel typically begins selling 65W processors before 35W processors.

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