Intel has stepped up its mainline processors with Alder Lake. The company is expected to continue this trend with the upcoming Raptor Lake, and it seems the time for an official announcement is nearly here.
A new source claims to have obtained Intel’s launch schedule from a Chinese presentation. Intel’s entire Raptor Lake desktop line-up was also leaked previously. According to the @wxnod, Intel will officially reveal its upcoming line-up on September 27, 2022. An initial release date is also set for October 20, 2022.
This date is oddly familiar. Intel has picked Zen 4’s launch date for its upcoming reveals. This could imply that Intel is confident in the upcoming products. As stated earlier, Intel already looked impressive with Alder Lake, but the new processors will likely be much better.
Furthermore, Intel’s 13th generation will be launching a month after AMD. This could give the company time to monitor the market and price its products accordingly. For a more competitive price, Intel could also use the extra month to compare Raptor Lake to retail Zen 4 processors.
The leak also mentions the pre-order schedule for Raptor Lake. Intel Core i9 processors will be up for pre-orders on the day of the reveal, while Core i7 and Core i5 processors will be available two weeks later, on October 13.
Intel will again utilize the hybrid P(performance), and E(efficiency) cores introduced in the last generation. This was seen as a step in the right direction from Intel, and more innovations are expected for Raptor Lake with this hybrid architecture.
PC gaming enthusiasts will not be waiting long for the new products. AMD has already revealed its products, and Intel is next in line. Similarly, next-generation GPUs are also nearly here. Exciting times are ahead for the PC market, and PC enthusiasts will finally get to try out many new products.
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