ECSM drops the bomb that Intel and AMD could release the Raptor Lake Refresh and 8-core AMD Ryzen 7000X3D next year
It is recent news that sees the two absolute queens of the world of processors as protagonists. Indeed ECSM has recently revealed that, according to some rumors, starting from prima mid of 2023 we could see the launch of the Intel Core i9-13900KS, which is a special SKU capable of going up to 6 GHz. If so, it will be the fastest consumer desktop CPU, at least as long as AMD will not release the series Ryzen 7000 updated with 3D V-Chache.
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ECSM, however, also reveals that it is not aware of 12 or even 16 core variants with additional cache. This therefore translates into the fact that at least for a first moment the Ryzen 7000X3D it may be limited to configurations with 6 or 8 cores.
That’s not all, because over the course of the year, between mid to late 2023, Intel will also launch updated Raptor Lake clocks higher than 100 a 200 MHz. There are those who even rumor that Meteor Lake-S it could already land on the shelves at the end of 2023, however ECSM denies it. Intel will launch Arrow Lake e Meteor Lake in the 2024, it is also said that the latter will be limited to configuration 6P+16E.
Intel will switch to the new socket in the 2024, this will probably be called LGA1851. Reportedly, this socker will be adopted not only by CPUs Meteor e Arrow Lake, but also from theirs successor which will likely be known as Panther Lake. Such architecture will compete with that AMD Zen5 which should be supported by the socket AM5 existing.
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