Intel’s upcoming release of non-K 13th-generation processors and B760 Motherboards

Intel is rumored to have plans to release its remaining 13th generation Non-K chips along with a new mainstream B760 chipset motherboard during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023. International media outlets first reported these rumors.

Since information regarding the forthcoming Non-K 13th generation of Intel CPUs has been widely leaked and publicized, there is no reason for anyone to be surprised by this development. The first batch of the lineup will consist of about sixteen distinct CPU iterations, beginning with the standard 65W chips and including the F and T variants. The Intel F variant is more affordable than the non-F variant, although it does not include an integrated graphics processing unit (iGPU). In contrast, the Intel T variant will consist of low-powered 35W CPUs.

The AMD B650 boards have a substantially higher price point than the Intel B760 boards, which could give Intel a significant advantage in the competition between the two chipsets (Intel B760 vs. AMD B650). In addition, Intel offers a diverse selection of CPUs in the mainstream market for consumers. Meanwhile, AMD is rumored to be working on its own mainstream ‘Non-X’ chips, which appear to be priced competitively compared to the ‘X’ components. 

However, it is difficult for AMD to offer the same value as Intel’s Core i5 lineup in the sub $ 300 and sub $ 200 price range in the United States. In addition, customers who do not want to upgrade to a new B760 motherboard can acquire an existing B660 motherboard for a lower price, or if they already have one, they can slip in a new CPU and call it a day. This option is available to users who want to upgrade to something other than a new B760 motherboard.

Intel 13th Generation Processors Feature:

  • Up to 24 cores and 32 threads.
  • Intel Thread Director optimizes workloads by assisting the operating system in allocating tasks to the optimal cores.
  • The Intel Core i9-13900K is the “world’s fastest gaming CPU” with P-core clock speeds of 5.8GHz.
  • Support with DDR4 3200 and DDR5 5600.
  • Support for both PCIe 4.0 (up to 4 lanes) and PCIe 5.0 (up to 16 lanes).
  • Z690 and Z790 chipsets allow overclocking for P-cores, E-cores, graphics, and memory.
  • XMP 3.0 support.
  • Integrated GPUs can drive 8K60 HDR video and four 4K60 screens simultaneously.
  • Intel Killer Wi-Fi 6E.
Mike Anderson
Mike is a PC hardware enthusiast who has been writing about PCs and technology since he graduated from Iqra University. He started blogging about 5 years ago as a way to share his passion for technology with others, and he continues to write today because he loves it.