Microsoft appears to confirm the arrival of several unannounced Intel CPUs. The company’s Windows 11 22H2 support page lists several 13th generation desktop CPUs, including non-K overclockable CPUs and T-series low-tdp CPUs.
Microsoft calls A total of 22 Raptor Lake desktop processors in the list of Intel CPUs compatible with Windows 11 22H2, VideoCardz notes. Of those, six have been announced and released so far. In the list, sixteen desktop processors are mentioned, whose arrival Intel itself has not yet confirmed.
The tech giant mentions, among other things, the thirteenth generation Core i3 processors, which have not yet been released. Microsoft also lists unbreakable non-K chips in the Core i5, Core i7, and Core i9 series, as well as T-post processors, which typically have a tdp of 35W. However, Microsoft has not mentioned the specific specifications of the chips.
Intel announced The first CPUs of the thirteenth generation In late September and released it last week. The company has so far only released the Core i5-13600K, Core i7-13700K, and Core i9-13900K, as well as their KF variants without integrated GPUs. Other desktop processors have not been announced. These processors were previously mentioned in a leaked information from Gigabyte, Writes VideoCardz. It is not known when Intel will officially introduce or release the new CPUs. provided by intel Current generation of CPUs other than K and T At CES in January.
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