Intel's Raptor Lake flagship, the Core i9-13900K CPU, is set to feature a brand new "Extreme Performance" mode on the top of the line Z790 motherboards.

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This new mode will basically allow the chip to run on an unchained power setting and consume over 350 Watts to unleash its full potential.

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A new power limit of 350W which you can set by using the turbo mode, which can boost the CPU clock.

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The 350W mode is only able to be compatible with motherboards that have Intel's 700-series chipsets.

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The 350W MTP mode will enable Intel's Core i9 processors to gain around 15% more performance.

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This will also require exceptionally efficient cooling systems.

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The Core Intel i9-13900K processors, or their Raptor Lake Core i9 "K" series in general will get the new profile known as "Extreme Performance".

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It is also called "Unlimited Power" setting on specific motherboards.

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