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Intel and AMD are gearing up for one of the biggest showdowns the CPU industry has seen in years, with new generations of processors rapidly approaching launch on both sides. Intel’s 13th-generation ‘Raptor Lake’ chips will be going up against AMD’s ‘Zen 4’ Ryzen 7000 series, and both competitors are promising some serious performance.

Details on the new CPUs are slowly emerging through a combination of leaks and official announcements, and things are looking mighty fine for Intel. Raptor Lake is reported to represent a significant step up in performance from the current-gen Alder Lake chips, and now a slide leaked from an Intel workshop event in China has revealed that the Raptor Lake-S chips will support both DDR4 and DDR5 memory.



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