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Non-K 13th-Gen Core i5 CPUs Based on Older "Alder Lake" Architecture?
This is another case of confusing and misleading nomenclature from a major company.
Remember how 12th Gen Core i5 non-K was vastly different in performance from the Core i5 K/KF on account of being 6P+0E processors in comparison to more L3 cache and a 6P+4E core-count of the i5-12600K/KF? Intel is doubling down on creating architectural confusion in the mid-range, according to a 3DCenter.org article citing a leaked slide from Intel's 13th Gen Core launch press-deck.
Sources: techPowerUp!, 3DCenter.org
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