Core™ i5-13500 Nvidia RTX™ 4000 SFF Ada Generation

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    1. Intel Core i5-13500

The Intel Core i5-13500 is a mid-range desktop processor from Intel's 13th generation Raptor Lake lineup. It features the following key specifications:

- 14 cores (6 Performance cores + 8 Efficient cores) and 20 threads with Hyper-Threading Technology[1][2] - Base clock speed of 2.5 GHz, with a maximum turbo boost up to 4.8 GHz[2] - 24 MB of L3 cache[1][2] - 10nm manufacturing process[2] - 65W TDP (Thermal Design Power)[2] - Supports DDR4-3200 and DDR5-4800 memory[2] - Integrated UHD Graphics 770 GPU[2]

The Core i5-13500 is a hybrid processor, combining high-performance "Performance" (P) cores for demanding tasks and energy-efficient "Efficient" (E) cores for lighter workloads. This design aims to balance performance and power efficiency.

    1. Performance

Compared to the previous generation Core i5-12500, the 13500 offers significantly improved multi-threaded performance due to the addition of 8 E-cores. While the P-cores have a slightly lower L2 cache capacity than the unlocked 13600K, the 13500 retains the larger 24MB L3 cache.[1]

In benchmarks, the Core i5-13500 demonstrates strong single-threaded and multi-threaded performance, outperforming older high-end CPUs like the Core i7-8700K in many workloads.[4] Its performance makes it a capable option for gaming, content creation, and general productivity tasks.

    1. Other Features

The Core i5-13500 supports key technologies like:

- Intel Hyper-Threading Technology for improved parallel processing[2] - Intel UHD Graphics 770 integrated GPU for basic graphics and video acceleration[2] - PCIe 5.0 support for faster storage and peripherals[2]

Overall, the Intel Core i5-13500 offers a compelling blend of performance, efficiency, and value for mainstream desktop users and budget-conscious PC builders.[1]

The Nvidia RTX™ 4000 SFF Ada Generation is the latest generation of graphics processing units (GPUs) designed for small form factor (SFF) desktop systems. Here are the key highlights:

    1. Performance

- Features new RT Cores, Tensor Cores, and CUDA cores for significantly improved performance over the previous generation[1]. - Supports NVIDIA DLSS 3 technology, which can boost frame rates by up to 4x compared to the previous generation[1]. - Delivers high performance for workloads involving virtual reality, rendering, and artificial intelligence[1].

    1. Power Efficiency

- Utilizes the NVIDIA Max-Q architecture to optimize power consumption and performance[1]. - Offers twice the energy efficiency compared to the previous generation of mobile workstations[1].

    1. Application Support

- Optimized for over 110 creative applications with RTX support[1]. - Supports NVIDIA Omniverse Enterprise for realistic real-time visualization and collaboration[1].

The Nvidia RTX 4000 SFF Ada Generation brings significant performance and power efficiency gains to compact desktop systems targeting demanding workloads such as content creation, visualization, and AI.[1] Its advanced features and optimizations make it a powerful choice for professionals in these fields.

Intel® Core™ i5-13500 64 GB DDR4 2 x 1.92 TB NVMe SSD (Gen3) Connection: 1 GBit/s-Port GPU: Nvidia RTX™ 4000 SFF Ada Generation Core i5-13500, 64 GB DDR 5 RAM, 2 NVMe SSDs, NVIDIA RTX 4000 (base price) - $260.00 USD/month Core i5-13500, 64 GB DDR 5 RAM, 2 NVMe SSD, NVIDIA RTX 4000 (base price) - Installation Fee (95.00 USD one-time fee)

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