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The 13th-Gen Intel $409 Core i7-13700K slots into the middle of Intel’s Raptor Lake product stack (or at least its product stack as of late October 2022), delivering the lion’s share of the gaming performance of its market-leading counterpart, the $589 Core i9-13900K, in tandem with more than enough horsepower in productivity workloads for most users — but for $180 less. It also easily outperforms the competing AMD Ryzen 7000 chip, making it one of the best CPUs for gaming and a chart-topper in our CPU benchmark hierarchy.

The Core i7-13700K’s performance stems from its 5.4 GHz boost clock, a record for the i7 family, and Intel’s addition of four more e-cores, bringing the chip to 16 total cores and 24 threads. Even though Intel still uses the ‘Intel 7’ process node, it leveraged a newer revision of the silicon to push clock speeds higher while improving power efficiency. Intel also etched the cores on a new, larger die and added additional L3 and L2 cache.

Price Cores / Threads (P+E) P-Core Base/Boost (GHz) E-Core Base/Boost (GHz) Cache (L2/L3) TDP / PBP / MTP Memory
Core i9-13900K / KF $589 (K) – $564 (KF) 24 / 32 (8+16) 3.0 / 5.8 2.2 / 4.3 68MB (32+36) 125W / 253W DDR4-3200 / DDR5-5600
Core i7-13700K / KF $409 (K) – $384 (KF) 16 / 24 (8+8) 3.4 / 5.4 2.5 / 4.2 54MB (24+30) 125W / 253W DDR4-3200 / DDR5-5600
Core i5-13600K / KF $319 (K) – $294 (KF) 14 / 20 (6+8) 3.5 / 5.1 2.6 / 3.9 44MB (20+24) 125W / 181W DDR4-3200 / DDR5-5600

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