On the previous two days of innovation Conference, Intel officially released 13 generation core, code Raptor Lake, this generation not only upgraded up to 24 cores and 32 threads, but also significantly improved in frequency, I9-13900K accelerated frequency up to 5.8ghz.
While that's not the limit of the 13ghz core, Intel also announced a 6GHz processor,It was the first processor in the world, on x86 and even in the entire CPU industry, to reach 6GHz— — In 2021, IBM hinted that its Z15 was working at 6GHz in the lab, but no formal announcement was made.
In all likelihood, Intel's 6GHz processor will be the premium Core I9-13900Ks, which will be available in limited quantities next year.
The Core I9-12900KS was introduced in the 12th generation core, but the acceleration rate is only 5.5ghz, while the 13th generation core is the same generation of Intel 7 technology, so this time the 6GHz frequency mark is very promising, Intel does have a clean sweep in the high performance CPU technology.
For this first 6GHz processor,Intel CEO Henry Kissinger said this shows Intel's undisputed leadership, as it did when Intel crossed the 1GHz mark.
However, the world's first 1GHz processor is controversial. Most people believe that AMD's Velociraptor was the first to achieve 1GHz, but Intel insists that their P3 processor was the first to achieve 1GHz.