Intel will probably use CES 2023 as a stage to present new mainboards and processors for the current desktop platform. According to an insider, the mainboards with the B760 chipset will be released on January 3rd. In addition, the introduction of further processors of the new Core i 13000 series is expected at the same time.
The IT Home website reports that Intel will launch the new mainstream motherboards with the B760 chipset on January 3, 2023 at the CES electronics trade fair in Las Vegas. With fewer features, these will be a cheaper alternative to the recently introduced Z790 models.
The LGA 1700 socket also accommodates the Core i9-13900K, i7-13700K and i5-13600K (test) Raptor Lake processors introduced last month. At the same time as the B760 mainboards, other CPU variants of the 13th core generation are to follow. VideoCardz reports 16 new models that do not belong to the K series with a free multiplier and have a lower TDP. The presentation of the numerous mainstream models of the predecessor also took place at CES.
VideoCardz has summarized the presumed models and their unconfirmed key data in a table. For the new spearhead in the form of the Core i9-13900KS with 6 GHz Boost, there is no more precise date than the assumed first quarter of 2023.
New chips for notebooks
It is also rumored that AMD, Intel and Nvidia will launch new products (CPUs and GPU s) for notebooks.