- Dec 12, 2012
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|Processor||Intel Core i5-13600KF|
|Motherboard||ASUS PRIME Z790-P D4|
|Cooling||SilentiumPC Fortis 3 v2 + Arctic Cooling MX-2|
|Memory||Crucial Ballistix 2x16 GB DDR4-3600 CL16 (dual rank)|
|Video Card(s)||MSI GeForce RTX 4070 Ventus 3X OC 12 GB GDDR6X (2610/21000 @ 0.91 V)|
|Storage||PNY XLR8 CS3030 500 GB + Corsair MP510 960 GB + Toshiba E300 3 TB|
|Display(s)||LG OLED C8 55" + ASUS VP229Q|
|Case||Fractal Design Define R6|
|Audio Device(s)||Yamaha RX-V381 + Monitor Audio Bronze 6 + Bronze FX | FiiO E10K-TC + Sony MDR-7506|
|Power Supply||Corsair RM650|
|Mouse||Logitech M705 Marathon|
|Keyboard||Corsair K55 RGB PRO|
|Software||Windows 10 Home|
|Benchmark Scores||Benchmarks in 2023?|
If you only need gaming performance, there is no reason to switch. But it is just a simple CPU swap.best for gaming it also has good app performance. I'm not sure if I can switch from 12600k? It is more logical to wait for the 14th generation.
14th gen will require a new motherboard. We do not know much about Meteor Lake right now, except that it will use multiple dies in a single package. But rumors say that it will not be able to clock as high as Alder/Raptor Lake, which are on a very mature process. 14th gen will be the first one using the new Intel 4 process. I would not be surprised if gaming performance was actually lower because of that.
I do not think it is a major architecture change for the actual CPU cores. I think the main purpose is to switch to the multi-chip approach. It will have much better efficiency, but not peak performance. Mobile is the main focus here.