The memory clock of the Raptor Lake Core 13000 series is revealed. DDR5 is even faster. On the other hand, DDR4 is deferred | Environment construction for niche PC gamers Z

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July 6, 2022CPU

The memory clock of Intel 13th generation Core 13000 series (codename: Raptor Lake) has been revealed.

On July 5, 2022, an event called Intel 1H 22 NAS Workshop was held in Shenzhen, China. Although the event mainly focused on NAS-related products, the slide show released at the venue described the specifications of the Core 13000 series.

Intel 1H 22 NAS Workshop

Intel 1H 22 NAS Workshop

Core 13000 series supports DDR5-5600
Core 13000 series supports DDR5-5600

According to the released slide show, the Core 13000 series supports up to DDR5-5600. The 12th generation Core 12000 series (codename: Alder Lake) is up to DDR5-4800, so the Core 13000 series is 800MHz higher.

On the other hand, regarding DDR4, it is said that DDR4-3200 will be supported as it is from the Core 12000 series.

In addition, the number of PCIe lanes from the CPU is 16 lanes for PCIe 5.0 and 4 lanes for PCIe 4.0, which is also unchanged from the Core 12000 series.


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