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i9-13900K on the Chinese black market

An engineering sample of the upcoming Intel Core i9-13900K has allegedly been sold on the Chinese black market. However, the whole thing should be taken with a grain of salt.

Engineering sample available in China; Image: Wccftech

A processor with 16 E-cores, 8 P-cores and 32 threads is making the rounds on the Internet. A user named GoFish apparently bought an engineering sample of the Intel Core i9-13900K on the Chinese black market.

However, the image that GoFish published is partially censored. The specifications and QR codes are not visible. Therefore, it may well be that the user GoFish is fooling everyone. The processor seems to work with an ASUS Z690 ROG Apex.

It would not be a miracle, because more and more engineering samples (abbreviation ES) are sold illegally in China, especially the i9-12900K. The Raptor Lake processor costs 2850 yen, about $425.


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