News Intel Core i5-13400 and 13400F Listed for $245 and $216

"For clock speeds, the 13400 and F models are reported to feature a 4.1GHz base clock for the P-cores and a 3.3GHz boost clock for the E-cores."

Isn't the base clock speed set to 2.5 GHz for this CPU, and not 4.1 ? Or, did you mean boost clock speed instead? Because, yes the boost clock speed is 4.1 GHz across all cores and 4.6 GHz on a single core, IMO.

Anyways, previous rumors have speculated that the Intel Core i5-13400 would reuse an Alder Lake C-0 die. However, the Gigabyte Z790 Aorus Master motherboard compatibility list says that the processor (and its F variant) could also use a Raptor Lake B-0 die instead.

BTW, the Twitter link in your article, takes me to BenchLeaks, and not @momomo_us.

This should be the correct one:


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