Intel Core i9-13900H Spotted: 14 Core Mobile CPU with Boost Clock of 5.2GHz

Intel’s 13th Gen Raptor Lake-H mobile flagship has surfaced over at the Geekbench 5 database. Although a rebrand of the 12th Gen family, the boost clocks have been raised by a few hundred MHz. The Core i9-13900H is a 14-core chip packing six performance and eight efficiency cores. Unlike its desktop counterpart, the P-cores are still powered by the Golden Cove architecture, and the L2 cache is still pegged at 1MB.

The primary (and only) difference is with respect to the boost clocks. The P-cores now peak out at 5.2GHz, up from 5GHz on the Core i9-12900H. The DDR5-4800/LPDDR5-5200 memory support will likely be retained as well. It will have a TDP of 45W, a cTDP of 35W, and a maximum boost consumption of 115W.

Areej Syed

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