13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs could feature significant cache size increases

It isn’t easy for a company to release faster CPUs year after year. But there are two relatively easier ways to go about it. They can increase clock speeds or add more cache. Intel has put a lot of effort into its clock speeds while AMD’s focus is on increasing cache. The latter is best illustrated by its claim of a 15% performance gain from its upcoming 5800X3D CPU, simply by adding more L3 cache. 

Intel’s cache sizes haven’t seen anywhere near as large of a jump in recent years. But that could be set to change with its upcoming 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPUs, though its increases are to come from adding L2 cache rather than L3.

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