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Intel’s Upcoming Product Release Schedule Leaked, Starting From CES 2023
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Intel’s Upcoming Product Release Schedule Leaked, Starting From CES 2023

by Low Boon ShenDecember 6, 2022
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Intel’s Upcoming Product Release Schedule Leaked, Starting From CES 2023

It’s about to get busy over at Team Blue early next year – Intel is set to release CPUs ranging from mobile CPUs all the way up datacenter products, according to leaker @leaf_hobby.

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Starting from CES 2023 – this leaker claims Intel will bring new Intel mainstream, commercial, workstation and datacenter products ranging from 13th Gen Core, Core vPro, Xeon W and Xeon Scalable series:

  • Raptor Lake-H/HX
    Announcement/Release: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
  • Raptor Lake-P
    Announcement: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
    Release: Jan 29, 2023 06:00
  • Raptor Lake-U
    Announcement: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
    Release: Mar 15, 2023
  • Raptor Lake-S non-K
    Announcement: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
  • Alder Lake-N
    Announcement/Release: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
  • 13th Gen Core for Consumer, H770, B760
    Announcement/Release: Jan 3, 2023 06:00
  • 13th Gen Core for Commercial, Workstations
    Announcement/Sale: Jan 3 – Mar 23, 2023
  • 4th Gen Xeon Scalable
    Presentation/Release: Jan 10, 2023
    Release: Jan 2023
  • Xeon W-3400
    Presentation: Feb 12 – 18, 2023
    Release: Apr 2023
  • Xeon W-2400
    Presentation: Feb 12 – 18, 2023
    Release: Mar 2023

Among all the CPU releases, two motherboard series will be revealed to accommodate these mid-range CPUs – which are named H770 and B760.

The leaker did not specify under which time zone the announcement date and time falls into, however. Also absent from the into is the rather anticipated 6GHz CPU, the Core i9-13900KS – it is likely this CPU will be announced within Q1 2023, but no specific timeframe has been known so far.

Source: Videocardz / @leaf_hobby (1) (2)

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