#Core #i913900K #Uncovered #Die #Shots

Fritzchens Fritz (opens in new tab) has published detailed die shots of Intel’s Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake processor with 24 cores total. The new CPU is noticeably bigger than its Alder Lake predecessor, with 16 cores, which is pretty much expectable given the higher core count of the latest GPU and its larger cache.

Intel’s latest top-of-the-range 13th Generation Raptor Lake for desktops has a die size of 252.65 mm^2, up from 215.25 mm^2 in the case of Alder Lake CPU for desktops. In addition, the new Raptor Lake processor packs eight high-performance Raptor Cove cores and 16 energy-efficient Gracemont cores. In contrast, its predecessor only has eight Golden Cove cores and eight Gracemont cores. Furthermore, the new chip carries 32MB of L2 cache in total and a 36MB L3 cache, whereas its ancestor features 14MB of L2 cache and a 30MB L3 cache.



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