13th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

Datasheet, Volume 1 of 2
Supporting 13th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor for S Processor Line Platforms, formerly known as Raptor Lake

ID 743844
Date 10/13/2022

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DC Specifications

The processor DC specifications in this section are defined at the processor signal pins, unless noted otherwise. For pin listing, refer to Package Ballout Mechanical Specification:

  • for S-Processor line,download the pdf, click on the navigation pane and refer the spreadsheet, 743844-001_​S_​LGA_​Ballout.xlsm

  • The DC specifications for the DDR4/DDR5 signals are listed in the Voltage and Current Specifications section.
  • The Voltage and Current Specifications section lists the DC specifications for the processor and are valid only while meeting specifications for junction temperature, clock frequency, and input voltages. Read all notes associated with each parameter.
  • ICCMAX is the maximum current processor can draw, typically seen running a virus application (stress applications specifically designed to push the SoC to maximum Power).

    With Fast Vmode enabled, output decoupling would see this ICCMax current.

    Output decoupling would need to be able to take transient load step up to this ICCMax.

    Power Stage (FET/Inductor) would only see ITRIP current

  • ICCMax.app is less than IccMax and is the electrical current Drawn by the SoC (per power rail) while running a typical user realistic application(s) scenario at P0nmax and Tjmax.

    It Corresponds to Pmax.App, The SoC VR and system input power. Source must be able to sustain this current for at least 10 ms

  • AC tolerances for all rails include voltage transients and voltage regulator voltage ripple up to 1 MHz. Refer additional guidance for each rail.