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    Intel Raptor Lake CPUs May be launched with Native DDR5-5200 RAM Support

    A datasheet including the full specifications of an industrial Thin Mini-ITX LGA1700 motherboard has surfaced as an interesting piece of information about the next 13th generation Intel Raptor Lake-S (RPL-S) systems(opens in new tab). The Mitac PH12ADI(opens in new tab) has an H610 or Q670 chipset that supports DDR5 RAM and is designed for 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake (ADL-S) Core i9, i7, i5, and i3 processors up to 65W.

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    If you’re building an Alder Lake system, Mitac recommends using DDR5-4800 RAM to fill the two 262-pin SO-DIMM slots on this motherboard. Raptor Lake, on the other hand, appears to support DDR5-5200 modules by default, according to the Mitac datasheet.

    By default, Intel’s 13th Gen Core CPUs would support DDR5-5200, which would be a tiny but welcome improvement. It implies that any Raptor Lake system should be able to plug in DDR5-5200 modules and proceed without any additional configuration steps or specific motherboard ‘overclocking’ support.

    Raptor Lake CPUs on Intel 700-series chipsets could increase the maximum number of PCIe Gen3 and Gen4 lanes available

    When Raptor Lake hits, this is what can convince you to switch to a new processor as well as a new motherboard. There has been some speculation that motherboards designed for Intel 700-series chipsets will only support DDR5. With its initial batch of Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ processors and AM5 socket motherboards, AMD has already chosen this path.

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    More information on Raptor Lake CPUs, speed, memory support, and the new 700-series chipsets (e.g. Intel B760, H770, and Z790 motherboards) will be available closer to the introduction, which is planned for Q4 of this year. Intel accidentally stated about a year ago that their 600-series chipsets will be compatible with two generations of processors: Raptor Lake and Raptor Lake 2.

    also read: AMD files a Patent for an Automatic Memory Overclocking Tool For its Ryzen CPUs

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