A rumor hints that Intel has put the batteries with the next generation of processors, and although at the moment there is still time for these Intel Raptor Lake architecture processors to be launched, We can already see the occasional leak reach the eyes of the public.
As we can see in the tweet below these lines, it seems that the next Intel Core i9-13900K will arrive with a whopping 68MB of total cache memory, of which 32MB belongs to the L2 level and 36MB belongs to the L3 level. Also, we can see in the tweet how the latency of this cache is lower than what we can find in Alder Lake.
We can know this information thanks to the fact that, as we knew last month, CPU-Z received support precisely for these chips, so it is clear that the processors exist and they are being tested for a possible arrival during the third quarter of this year, if everything went smoothly.
Without a doubt, it will be an interesting fight between Zen 4 and Raptor Lakesince both architectures seem to arrive with great improvements in architecture and performance, in addition to having parity in terms of support for DDR5 memory.