Intel’s 13th generation Core Duo broke the news!The cache will be increased to 68MB: the game performance is further enhanced
Recently, news broke that:Intel’s 13th-generation Core Raptor Lake will increase the cache capacity on the basis of the 12th-generation Core.
Previously, Intel released the 12th generation Core i9 12900K processor, which has 30MB L3 cache and 14MB L2 cache, a total of 44MB. According to the news, the L2+L3 cache of the 13th generation Core will be 54% higher than the previous generation.
This means that the cache of the 13th generation Core Duo has the potential to reach 68MB.
The improvement of the processor cache will bring a great improvement to the overall performance of the processor. For most users, this will directly bring about an improvement in the gaming experience.
In addition to the cache, the 13th-generation Core processors will also make changes in other areas.
According to previous news, the top model of the 13th-generation Core is i9 13900K.This processor has 8 performance cores, 16 efficiency cores, and a total of 32 threads, compared with the i9 12900K, the number of efficiency cores has doubled directly, and the paper data is excellent.
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