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Today Intel announced their new lineup on 13th Gen mobile processors including a 24-core beast and additionally some 65-watt and 35-watt desktop processors.

For the mobile processors they're split across three different series from top to bottom: Intel Core H-series focused on the high end, with the Intel Core P-series and U-series focused on thin and light laptops. Below you can see the overview of all the different models that have been announced split across each series, click the images to make them bigger.

They also announced a bunch more desktop processors in 65w and 35w variants completing the lineup for the 13th Gen Intel Core. Below is the overview on each of those. Click the images to make them bigger.

Overall it seems like a pretty solid lineup to compete with what AMD have been cooking up. Nice to see both sides continuing to push out decent processors, and the prices on them seem pretty reasonable too. At $196 for a 10 core CPU (6 P cores, 4 E cores) for the i5-13400F, seems like a good bet for those of you on a budget who don't need an integrated GPU.

Additionally they also announced the Intel Processor N-series aimed at entry-level mainstream uses where you don't need a whole lot of performance. These replace the Intel Pentium and Intel Celeron branding.

You can see their presentation below:

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dpanter Jan 3, 2023
Desperation vibes: Intel 2023 Edition. This year is going to be rough as heck for team blue.
natis1 Jan 3, 2023
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I like it. Intel is really providing options for low power and budget users where AMD is providing none. I am sick of the trend that AMD and Nvidia have of only making top tier parts and then waiting upwards of a year before selling lower end variants on the same generation.
mr-victory Jan 3, 2023
QuoteThese replace the Intel Pentium and Intel Celeron branding.

So Pentium and Celeron are gone? Do iGPUs of these ıse ANV driver instead of cirrus?

Last edited by mr-victory on 3 January 2023 at 5:39 pm UTC
Arehandoro Jan 4, 2023
35W base TDP with a max of 106W for the i7-13700T is pretty exciting :)
Calinou Jan 4, 2023
Quoting: mr-victory
QuoteThese replace the Intel Pentium and Intel Celeron branding.

So Pentium and Celeron are gone? Do iGPUs of these ıse ANV driver instead of cirrus?

All recent Intel IGPs use ANV to my knowledge. The IGP architecture is the same, it's just weaker due to having less execution units and/or lower clock speeds.

Last edited by Calinou on 4 January 2023 at 11:16 pm UTC
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