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A Canadian retailer has revealed preliminary prices for Intel's 13th-generation Core processors

A Canadian retailer has revealed preliminary prices for Intel's 13th-generation Core processors

Western retailers have begun preparing for the announcement of Intel's 13th-generation Core processors.
A database of one of the Canadian electronics stores was found several senior Raptor Lake models, including their F-versions without integrated graphics core.Image source: VideoCardzThe seller added prices to the submitted items, but it is obvious that we are talking about not the official recommended prices.
So, the flagship Core i9-13900K model is priced by the seller at $941 Canadian dollars.
In U.S.
dollars with the current exchange rate is $726.
That's more expensive than the cost of the still current flagship Core i9-12900K model, which sells for about $631 at the same store.
However, the newcomer is cheaper than a select KS variant of the flagship Alder Lake series, which is offered there for about $824.
Overall, based on this particular Canadian seller's prices, the Raptor Lake Series Core i9 models are $95-100 more expensive than their predecessors.
Image source: Twitter / @momomo_usThe Core i7-13700K and Core i7-13700KF models are priced around $511 and $483 by the Canadian retailer.
The predecessors are sold there for $436 and $411 respectively, which is $75 and $72 cheaper.The Core i5-13600K and Core i5-13600KF models are priced by the retailer at around $355 and $327, which again is $47 and $68 more expensive than the predecessors.
Core i5-12600K and Core i5-12600KF models are offered there for $308 and $259.Image source: VideoCardzA week earlier, another Canadian retailer \"lit up\" preliminary prices for Ryzen 7000 processor models.
They, too, turned out to be higher than their predecessors.Intel will introduce Core 13th generation processors at the Innovation event, which will be held on September 27.
The new products are expected to go on sale in October.

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