Intel® Core™ laptop processors unlock enthusiast-class gaming on the go. Game in 4K on an ultraportable laptop with up to 5.6GHz turbo frequency and discrete-level Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics.
How 13th Gen’s Hybrid Technology Works
Next-gen support. Enhanced overclocking. Revolutionary hybrid design1 2. Learn how 13th Gen Intel® Core™ CPUs push gaming, streaming, and multitasking beyond performance.
13th Gen Intel® Core™ Laptop Processor Family
13th Gen Intel® Core™ laptop processors have the optimal balance of frequency, cores, and threads for elite real-world performance.
13th Gen Intel® Core™ i9 Processor
Play popular games at 4K resolution on an ultraportable laptop powered by a 13th Gen Intel® Core™ i9 Mobile Processor.
13th Gen Intel® Core™ i7 Processor
Game anywhere with a thin and light laptop featuring lightning-fast CPU performance, discrete-level graphics, AI acceleration, and great battery life.
13th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
Go mobile with a thin and light laptop equipped with next-gen graphics, built-in AI, and extended battery life.
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Which Gaming CPU Is Right for You?
What’s Inside Intel® Core™ Laptop Processors
Intel® Core™ laptop processors drive faster gameplay and better real-world performance. Under the hood, you'll find a new processor core architecture, and a stack of boost technologies that power up the performance of every core.
Wi-Fi 6 means faster connections. 6E means less interference and lower latency.3 Game on.4
Thermal Velocity Boost ramps up clock speeds to tackle bursts of work. Adaptive Boost increases all-core turbo frequency when needed. Together, they make everything faster.
Hook up multiple monitors, connect to external drives at speeds up to 40Gbps, or use a Thunderbolt™ dock to organize everything.
Play Without Limits
Intel® Core™ laptop processors with Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics let you game without compromises.
Build the Perfect Gaming Laptop Setup
Think multiple monitors. Thunderbolt™ 4 dock. RGB. Here's how you bring the battlestation online.
What You Need to Play New Games
Do you meet the system requirements for the latest game that's taking over Twitch? Check here.
How to Pick the Best Gaming Laptop
Whether you're dreaming of 4K gaming on the go or smooth game-and-stream performance, we'll show you what to look for as you shop.
Do More with Your Laptop
Laptop or Desktop?
Intel® Core™ laptop processors bring extraordinary gaming experiences to thin and light laptops. But desktops still have key benefits. Read on to see why.
With hyper-threading, one core acts like two. That means your PC can do more at once and provide greater CPU throughput in some situations.
Benchmarks show you how chips stack up in terms of real-world performance. Here's how to read them.
Why Does Refresh Rate Matter?
You need a high refresh rate monitor to see the full benefit of high FPS onscreen. Here's why.
How SSDs Impact Gaming
If you want faster boot times and shorter level loads, a good SSD is a must.
Up Your Game
Unleash your laptop's full gaming potential with advice from pro players and Intel tech experts.
Product and Performance Information
Performance hybrid architecture combines two core microarchitectures, Performance-cores (P-cores) and Efficient-cores (E-cores), on a single processor die first introduced on 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. Select 13th Gen Intel® Core™ processors do not have performance hybrid architecture, only P-cores, and have same cache size as prior generation; see ark.intel.com for SKU details.
Built into the hardware, Intel® Thread Director is provided only in performance hybrid architecture configurations of 12th Gen or newer Intel® Core™ processors; OS enablement is required. Available features and functionality vary by OS.
Up to 75% Latency reduction: Is based on Intel simulation data (79%) of 802.11ax with and without OFDMA using 9 clients. Average latency without OFDM is 36ms, with OFDMA average latency is reduced to 7.6ms. Latency improvement requires that the 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) router and all clients support OFDMA.