Intel H610/H670 motherboard supports 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake-S” CPU with SO-DIMM DDR5-5200 memory
MiTAC becomes the first motherboard maker to list Raptor Lake-S as supported on the current-generation series.
The company lists Raptor Lake-S CPU support for its PH12ADI Mini-ITX industrial motherboard. The CPU allegedly supports up to 5200 MHz (or MT/s if you prefer) through non-EEC SO-DIMM memory. This speed is above JEDEC’s standard of 4800 MT/s, which may lead us to believe that this is the lowest frequency natively supported for SO-DIMM memory on Raptor Lake.
One should underline a fact here that we are looking at an enterprise motherboard here which is not even based on the consumer mid-range/high chipset, but either a low-end H610 or enterprise Q670 instead, therefore, on current gen 600-series. Among many things, the 700 series chipsets are expected to bring some innovations with CPU power delivery and support for higher frequency memory.
Furthermore, the PH12ADI motherboard is a Mini-ITX form factor that only supports SO-DIMM mobile memory. So would this be a confirmation of the native support for desktop U-DIMM memory on Raptor Lake? Probably not, but it confirms that Raptor Lake does indeed support faster memory even on current-gen motherboards.
|AMD vs INTEL Next-Gen Consumer Platform|
|Wccftech||AMD Ryzen 7000|
|Intel 13th Gen Core|
|Fabrication Node||TSMC 5nm||Intel 7|
|Cores / Threads||up to 16 Zen4||up to 8 Raptor Cove|
up to 16 Gracemont
|Total L3 Cache||64 MB||36 MB|
|Total L2 Cache||16 MB||32 MB|
|Total Cache||80 MB||68 MB|
|Max Clocks (1T)||~5.5 GHz||TBC|
|Memory Speeds||DDR5-5600||DDR5-5200 or DDR5-5600|
|Socket||AM5 (LGA 1718)||LGA 1700/1800|
|Platform Support||600-Series (X670E/X670/B650/A620)||600-Series (Z690/H670/B650/H610)|
|PCIe Gen 5.0||Both GPU & M.2 (Extreme chipsets only)||Both GPU & M.2 (700-Series only)|
|Integrated Graphics||AMD RDNA 2||Intel Iris Xe|
|TDP (Max)||170W (TDP)|
|125W (PL1/PBP) (?)|
241W (PL2/MTB) (?)
|Launch||Fall 2022||October 2022|