Intel 13th Generation Raptor Lake-S Desktop CPUs It will be launched around the same time as AMD Ryzen 7000 Desktop Processor. Both systems will be fully PCIe Gen 5.0 and DDR5 ready but a new leaked spec sheet may indicate that the red team may have a slight edge in memory support capabilities over Intel’s 13th generation platform.
Intel and AMD gear up for a brutal battle this fall, Raptor Lake-S DDR5-5200 original spec list may give Ryzen 7000 the edge
MiTAC, a manufacturer of industrial motherboards, is included in their specifications PH12ADI motherboardThe original memory speeds powered by the upcoming 13th generation Intel Alder Lake Desktop CPUs. According to the manufacturer, Raptor Lake-S desktop CPUs will get a DDR5-5200 boost against Alder Lake’s original DDR5-4800 speeds. Both CPUs also support the DDR4 memory standard but going forward, Intel and AMD will focus more on the newer DDR5 standard.
Previous reports had speculated on native DDR5-5600 speed for Intel’s Raptor Lake desktop CPU set, but the DDR5-5200 seems to have become the most believable scenario. This is an overall 8.3% increase over current original Alder Lake memory speeds. But will it be enough to handle the AMD memory controller on Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs that are said to offer native speeds of up to DDR5-5600, which is another 8% increase?
Well, it looks like AMD might end up with an edge in the memory department based on what they’ve said so far and what we’ve seen leaked as well. break open In a chip, the new Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ family will also feature native DDR5-5200 speeds but rumors have it that the actual speeds will be much higher and rated at DDR5-5600. Furthermore, AMD is very confident about its EXPO (Extended Ryzen Overclocking Profiles) technology and how it will actually drive DDR5 overclocking on the AM5 platform:
Our first DDR5 gaming platform is the Raphael platform and one of the great things about Raphael is that we’re going to really try to make a big boost with overclocking and I’ll kind of leave it but speeds that you probably thought couldn’t be possible, and probably possible with this overclocking spec.
Joseph Tao, Director of Memory Enablement at AMD
Currently, this is how the 2022 DDR5 platforms are shaping up to look like:
- Intel Alder Lake – DDR5-4800 (Original – Confirmed)
- Intel Raptor Lake – DDR5-5200 (Original – Expected)
- AMD Ryzen 7000 – DDR5-5600 (Original – Expected)
So like I said earlier, we’re in a really hot competition this fall with Lake 13th Raptor on Intel’s side and Ryzen 7000 “Rafael” on AMD’s side.
Comparison of Intel Raptor Lake and AMD Raphael Desktop CPUs ‘Expected’ Comparison
|CPU family||AMD Rafael (RPL-X)||Intel Raptor LLC (RPL-S)|
|Operation knot||TSMC 5 nm||Intel 7|
|general engineering||Zen 4 (Chiplet)||Raptor Cove (P-Core)
|Cores/Threads||up to 16/32||up to 24/32|
|Total L3 cache||64 MB||36 MB|
|Total L2 cache||16 MB||32 MB|
|Total cache||80 MB||68MB|
|Max Klux (1T)||~ 5.5 GHz||~ 5.8 GHz|
|Memory support||DDR5||DDR5 / DDR4|
|memory channels||2 channel (2DPC)||2 channel (2DPC)|
|Platform support||600 Series (X670E / X670 / B650 / A620)||600 Series (Z690/H670/B650/H610)
700- Series (Z790/H770/B760)
|PCIe Gen 5.0||Both GPU and M.2 (Extreme chipsets only)||Both GPU and M.2 (700 series only)|
|Integrated graphics||AMD RDNA 2||Intel Iris XE|
|Plug||AM5 (LGA 1718)||LGA 1700/1800|
|TDP(Max)||170 watts (TDP)
230 Watts (PPT)
|125 W (PL1)
240 W + (PL2)
|release||2H 2022||2H 2022|
news source: Momomo
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