Intel’s next-gen Raptor Lake doubles cache sizes and matches AMD’s Zen 4 thread count

A preview of Intel’s next-gen CPU architecture, Raptor Lake, has popped up on the benchmarking site for SiSoftware Sandra (opens in new tab) (via Videocardz (opens in new tab)) and it promises some interesting things. First off, you have details about the Core i9 13900, plus there are some early benchmarks to pour over too.

The Core i9 13900 is a top-end chip boasting the same number of Performance cores as the current Core i9 12900 but with double the number of Efficient cores. That means you’re looking at eight P-cores and 16 E-cores, for a total of 24 physical cores and 32-threads. 

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