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Intel launch its 13th Generation processor to India as customer demand slows

The announcement comes only days after the business debuted its latest Intel launch its 13th Generation processor September 28, a day after rival CPU manufacturer AMD launched its Ryzen 7000 series internationally. Follow stoptechy for more info.

Today, Intel announced the availability of its 13th generation processor portfolio in India. According to the business, the range includes six unlocked CPU versions out of a total of 22 processors. The range will be accessible to desktop PC makers. Intel has shown it in 125 reference designs of desktop PCs throughout the world.

The announcement comes only days after the business debuted its latest generation processors on September 28. A day after rival CPU manufacturer AMD launched its Ryzen 7000 series internationally. Intel said during its worldwide showcase that its next generation CPUs would enhance multi-threaded performance by 41% over the previous generation, which is critical for multitasking.

Intel launch its 13th Generation processor

The new chips are also accompanied by a new motherboard type. The Intel 700, which the firm claims would function best with its new CPUs. The new processors are also designed to take advantage of the DDR5 RAM standard, albeit. They will also function with DDR4 memory. In contrast, AMD’s solutions will need DDR5 memory as well as a next generation motherboard with AM5 CPU sockets to function.

Santhosh Viswanathan, managing director of sales and marketing at Intel India. An interview at the launch event that the company continues to expect increased enthusiast interest in PCs, despite industry analysts noting a drop in consumer demand and discretionary spending due to macroeconomic headwinds, and saturation of consumer devices after two years of sustained growth due to the covid-19 pandemic.

Viswanathan also said that Intel has witnessed an increase in demand for premium PC components costing about $600 (around $50,000) this year.

Intel launch its 13th Generation processor launch

However, industry sources have warned of a decline in worldwide PC sales. According to a June 30 Gartner research, the PC category would fall 9.5% yearly in calendar year 2022. According to a September 19 analysis by industry researcher Canalys. PC sales in India slipped below 5 million units for the first time in four quarters — following two years of growth fueled by demand for bigger displays and devices for remote work and education.

While experts believe this is a natural adjustment. The research states that the quarterly shipping data reflects a reduction in organic consumer demand in the nation.

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