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  • Intel Core i5 13600K + Core i9 13900K "Raptor Lake" Linux Preview

    Phoronix: Intel Core i5 13600K + Core i9 13900K "Raptor Lake" Linux Preview

    Last month Intel announced 13th Gen Core "Raptor Lake" processors while today these processors officially go on sale. Today also marks the review embargo lift with Intel having provided Phoronix with the new Core i5 13600K and i9 13900K processors for Linux testing.

    https://www.phoronix.com/review/intel-raptorlake-linux

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    Well Michael but do you have high frecuencies ddr5 kits for test raptor lake? maybe some kit with frecuencies up to 7000mhz

    and ryzen dont work correctly with memories up to 6200/6400mhz or higher for infinity fabric issue ?, meanwhile intel 13gen works with memories up to 7000mhz (techpowerup test 7400mhz with raptor) and techpowerup show a article about gskill demo with ddr5 8000mhz cas 38

    Last edited by pinguinpc; 20 October 2022, 01:51 PM.

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    • #3
      Very much looking forward to it.
      On other tests (windows of course), raptor lake really shines in games - and in that area loses almost no performance when limited to 125 or even 88w.
      Would be really interesting if that also is applicable for Linux (both the gaming and the performance loss at sane power levels)

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      • #4
        As far as I know Intel officially says, Raptor Lake supports DDR5-5600 instead of DDR5-4800, but this only applies to one DIMM per channel. The chip manufacturer guarantees DDR5-4400 when fully equipped with two modules per channel.
        Maybe only z7xx support higher clocks properly and additional BIOS updates will help on z6xx boards...
        Last edited by anolting; 20 October 2022, 01:33 PM.

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        • #5
          in my point of view this is fraud not to test the out of the box experience... DDR5-4000 speeds...

          to hold back the benchmarks only because intel and their board partners are complete incompetent full idiots

          is a complete fraud... and abuse of power.

          if intel does not want DDR5-4000 speeds benchmarks then they should fix their stuff before the launch of the new cpus.,

          but one thing is clear: FUCK YOU INTEL... no one should buy any intel cpu anyway.
          Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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          • #6
            So i5 now is 320USD. I see no complains from birdie. I guess it's ok when intel raises the price LOL

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            • #7
              Any idea why Intel can't put Intel Xe or Arc gpus into Intel desktop CPUs ?
              and they still use old Intel UHD gpus ?
              They use new gpus in mobile(laptops) variants but old gpus in desktop CPUs

              Maybe Intel UHDs are small?
              https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/m....288P.2B16E.29
              Last edited by miskol; 20 October 2022, 03:52 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by miskol View Post
                Any idea why Intel can't put Intel Xe or Arc gpus into Intel desktop CPUs ?
                and they still use old Intel UHD gpus ?
                They use new gpus in mobile(laptops) variants but old gpus in desktop CPUs

                Maybe Intel UHDs are small?
                https://en.wikichip.org/wiki/intel/m....288P.2B16E.29
                Intel is using Xe LP in desktop CPUs since Rocket Lake and in mobile since Tiger Lake. The desktop and some laptop models having fewer EUs are called "UHD" while 80+ EU models are called "Iris Xe Graphics".

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pinguinpc View Post
                  Well Michael but do you have high frecuencies ddr5 kits for test raptor lake? maybe some kit with frecuencies up to 7000mhz

                  and ryzen dont work correctly with memories up to 6200/6400mhz or higher for infinity fabric issue ?, meanwhile intel 13gen works with memories up to 7000mhz (techpowerup test 7400mhz with raptor) and techpowerup show a article about gskill demo with ddr5 8000mhz cas 38

                  You’re conflating the transfer rate (the 7000 in the DDR5-7000) with the clock speed which is exactly half the transfer rate (the double in double data rate, or 3.5 GHz). DDR RAM transfers data at the top and bottom of the clock signal or two operations per tick.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by qarium View Post
                    in my point of view this is fraud not to test the out of the box experience... DDR5-4000 speeds...

                    to hold back the benchmarks only because intel and their board partners are complete incompetent full idiots

                    is a complete fraud... and abuse of power.

                    if intel does not want DDR5-4000 speeds benchmarks then they should fix their stuff before the launch of the new cpus.,

                    but one thing is clear: FUCK YOU INTEL... no one should buy any intel cpu anyway.
                    considering other reviewers didnt' have issue testing, fault is probably not on Intel side it is either Asus or specific motherboard having some issues. But dammit the amd fanboy energy from you is blinding.

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