The flagship Core i9-13900KS and 13th Gen Non-K CPUs from Intel have been advertised with tentative pricing by Canadian shop PC-Canada.
Even though there are many more SKUs in the range, the store has only listed a total of 10 CPUs. There are three Core i5, two Core i7, and three Core i9 SKUs in addition to the two Core i3 SKUs. The CPUs are mentioned in regular and “F” variations, with the lone “KS” component being the flagship Core i9-13900KS, which is expected to debut in limited numbers early next year. Although these are only estimates, they ought to be quite close to the final retail costs.
The current fastest CPU, the Intel Core i9-13900K, is sold by the same store for $794.99 CAD, or $593 US. This is a little less than the $599 US official RCP. Using this pricing as a benchmark, the Intel Core i9-13900KS finishes up costing 34% more. Since the Core i9-12900KS was launched at a price of between $813 and $823 US, we anticipate that the final price will fall in the $800 to $800 US range.
The Intel Core i9-13900KS, which has 24 cores, 32 threads, and a boost rate of up to 6 GHz, will be the top model available in 2023. The advertised price for this chip is $975.99 CAD, which is equivalent to $725 US. The Core i9-13900 and Core i9-13900F are the next two processors in line, with prices of $822.99 CAD ($615 US) and $784.99 CAD ($585 US), respectively. Next, we have the Core i7-13700 and Core i7-13700F, which are priced respectively at $558.99 CAD and $521.99 CAD ($415 and $390, respectively).
Three 13th Generation Intel Core i5 Non-K CPUs are available; they are the Core i5-13500 ($345.99 CAD, $258 US), the Core i5-13400 ($330.99 CAD, $245 US), and the Core i5-13400F ($292.99 CAD, 218 US). The Core i3-13100 costs $206.99 CAD ($155 US) and the Core i3-13100F costs $169.99 CAD ($125 US) respectively. These are the last two Core i3 SKUs.