Intel’s Raptor Lake Reportedly Has 350W Turbo Mode, But Only on New Motherboards

Intel’s Raptor Lake Reportedly Has 350W Turbo Mode, But Only on New Motherboards

According to a new report, Intel’s 13th-Generation Raptor Lake processors will have a secret sauce to offer unbeatable performance in demanding applications: A new 350W power limit that you can trigger with a new turbo mode that will increase CPU clocks. There is a catch, though — the 350W mode will only work on select motherboards with Intel’s 700-series chipsets. 

The new 350W MTP mode will allow Intel’s next-generation Core i9 processors to gain about 15% higher performance, albeit for a limited amount of time, reports ProHardver. The mode will also require extremely capable cooling systems, so we would guess that the vast majority of next-gen Core i9 owners will have to use either an advanced liquid cooling system or a monstrous air cooler. 

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/intel-raptor-lake-to-feature-350w-turbo-mode

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