Canadian Retailer Lists Intel 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” i9-13900K CPU For USD 726

famous leakster @momomo_us recently shared pricing information on Intel’s new 24-core Core series. This includes both the K-series and F-series models.

The Core i9-13900K costs $941 CAD, which is equivalent to $726 USD. This is definitely more expensive than the i9-12900K sold in the same store for $631 USD. However, it is cheaper than the KS variant which has a higher overclocking speed and costs USD 824. This retailer has given the Core i9 series a price increase from 95 to 100 USD.

The Raptor Lake i7 series is priced at USD 511/483, making it more expensive than the Alder Lake models listed at USD 436/411. This represents an increase of USD 75 for the 1x700k model and an increase of USD 72 for the SKU that comes without integrated graphics.

The latest Core i5 series is listed for USD 511/483, making it more expensive than the previous models costing USD 308/259.
Intel had already confirmed that it would increase prices for consumer CPUs, which explains why the Raptor Lake CPUs will become more expensive. However, this USD 100 increase seems rather exaggerated and is likely due to the fact that this is an early listing.

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