Intel accidentally leaked three of its CPUs from the yet-to-be-released Raptor Lake lineup.
Intel seems to have unintentionally leaked three of its upcoming Raptor Lake CPUs over its official website. The leaked information comprised the CPU name, the core counts, and the maximum turbo boost speeds.
The leaked information has since been pulled off the company’s Canadian website. The original idea behind the post seemed to help gamers choose the right gaming CPU. The leaked Raptor Model CPUs included Core i5-13600K, Core i7-13700K, and Core i9-13900k — the flagship CPU.
While Intel quickly rectified the error, a Twitter user, @momomo_us, grabbed the screenshot and posted the information on Twitter.
The technical specifications for the leaked CPUs are as follows:
- Core i9-13900K
- The flagship CPU features a whopping 24-core and 32 threads for an unimaginable performance output.
- The 13900K supports up to 5.4 GHz of P-core max frequency.
- Core i7-13700K
- Packed with 16 cores and 24 threads, the i7-13700K seems quite promising.
- The Core i7 powerhouse supports up to 5.3 GHz of P-core max frequency.
- Core i5-13600K
- The core i5 series is the most popular option among gamers and the 13600K is power-packed with 14 cores and 20 threads.
- Taking the power games higher, the i5-13600K supports the P-core max frequency up to 5.1 GHz.
With the Intel Innovation tour around the corner, team blue can expect to learn more about these CPUs on September 27.