Raptor Lake refresh to come in 2023

According to leaks and information out in the public domain as well as teasers by Intel, we will apparently see a Raptor Lake refresh in 2023.  Intel will disclose its PC roadmap shortly. This is apparently just for the entry-level area of the market. Intel plans Sapphire Rapids for the high-end market within 2023 as well according to the news.

Lacking in the leaks are the specifications or changes of the refresh but you can expect the headline elements to be clock speed, power efficiency, etc. The raptor lake fresh will rely on the same chipsets. 

The high-end Sapphire Rapids seem to be really going for the high-end element of the market after a relatively long amount of time since Intel did anything in this space. It would appear that these CPUs will have up to 56 cores with ultra-performance, octa-channel DDR5 memory with up to 4TB of DDR5 memory. The overclocking performance on top of this, which is possible, will be eye-watering. 

We’ll be the first to let you know when any of this is confirmed and if you’re interested in use cases, such as HFT, for these new processors, we’d be happy to help

Enquire today by using the form below, and one of our expert team will be. in touch.


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Raptor Lake refresh to come in 2023

According to leaks and information out in the public domain as well as teasers by Intel, we will apparently see a Raptor Lake refresh in 2023.  Intel will disclose its PC roadmap shortly. This is apparently just for the entry-level area of the market. Intel plans Sapphire Rapids for the high-end market within 2023 as well according to the news.

Lacking in the leaks are the specifications or changes of the refresh but you can expect the headline elements to be clock speed, power efficiency, etc. The raptor lake fresh will rely on the same chipsets. 

The high-end Sapphire Rapids seem to be really going for the high-end element of the market after a relatively long amount of time since Intel did anything in this space. It would appear that these CPUs will have up to 56 cores with ultra-performance, octa-channel DDR5 memory with up to 4TB of DDR5 memory. The overclocking performance on top of this, which is possible, will be eye-watering. 

We’ll be the first to let you know when any of this is confirmed and if you’re interested in use cases, such as HFT, for these new processors, we’d be happy to help

Enquire today by using the form below, and one of our expert team will be. in touch.


General Enquiry