Leaked Intel launch schedule shows busy first quarter of 2023

Published: Dec 5th 2022, 09:24 GMT   Comments

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Intel Raptor Lake Mobile/Desktop update at CES 2023

Intel preparing various consumer, data-center and workstation products for early 2023.

According to @leaf_hobby who has leaked Intel 4th Gen Sapphire Rapids-WS details before anyone else, Intel has a busy first quarter next year. The company is set to introduce a long list of processors at CES 2023.

It is not a secret that Intel and AMD are preparing a big mobile product launch event in early January. Both companies are targeting January as always for their notebook CPU update. Intel will be refreshing its Raptor Lake product lineup with H/HX/P and U series products. Furthermore, the company should also introduce its Alder Lake-N series featuring Efficient core exclusively.

At CES 2023, Intel will also deliver an update to desktop segment with their 65W 13th Gen Core non-K series as well as H770 and B760 motherboards. According to the list posted by the leaker, there will also be an update for commercial series, likely the Intel 13th Gen Core vPro.

Intel Consumer Products

  • Raptor Lake-H/HX
    Announcement/Release — January 3, 2023 6:00
  • Raptor Lake-P
    Announcement — January 3, 2023 6:00
    Release — January 29, 2023 6:00
  • Raptor Lake-U
    Announcement — January 3, 2023 6:00
    Release — January 3, 2023 — March 15, 2023
  • Raptor Lake-S non-K
    Announcement — January 3, 2023 6:00
  • Alder Lake-N
    Announcement/Release — January 3, 2023 6:00
  • 13th Gen Core for Consumer, H770, B760
    Announcement/Release — January 3, 2023 6:00
  • 13th Gen Core for Commercial, Workstations
    Announcement/Sale — January 3, 2023 — March 23, 2023

According to this list, the high-end gaming systems with Raptor Lake-H/HX series are to launch already on January 3rd, while the low power P and U-series may slip to end of January to March.

The long-awaited Sapphire Rapids update is finally coming. Intel already confirmed it will be launching Sapphire Rapids Max SKUs in January, but the full launch of Sapphire Rapids-SP (server) may come around the same time HEDT update is delivered, so between February and April. The HEDT series are set to make a debut between February 12th to 18th with launch coming a few weeks later.

Intel Data-Center

  • 4th Gen Xeon Scalable
    Presentation/Release — January 10, 2023
    Release — January 2023

Intel HEDT

  • Xeon W-3400
    Presentation — February 12, 2023 — February 18, 2023
    Release — April 2023
  • Xeon W-2400
    Presentation — February 12, 2023 — February 18, 2023
    Release — March 2023

This is definitely not the full list of Intel plans for Q1, though. Intel will also bring an update to its high-end gaming CPUs series in a form of Core i9-13900KS 6 GHz SKU. This processor should be announced in the first quarter as well, but the exact launch date has not been confirmed yet.

Source: @leaf_hobby

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