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Intel 13th gen desktop processors are without vPro?

Jakub7
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Hi there,

 

We are planning to build a bunch of computers for our company but I've noticed in ARK that none of the 13th gen intel desktop CPUs seem to have vPro anymore. 12th gen ones like 12700 do.

 

Is this just a problem in the ARK specs or did Intel really drop full vPro across the whole 13th gen desktop range?

 

Thanks

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Jakub7
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For anybody who will find this in the future...

Intel has now updated ARK, and the mentioned i5-13500 is now eligible for "Intel vPro® Enterprise, Intel vPro® Essentials, Intel vPro® Platform". This means that Intel either:

a) found the mistake and fixed it, or,

b) takes time to roll out vPro to existing consumer SKUs as suggested by this superuser answer "When the platform will be officially launched [...] information on any already launched CPUs will be updated [...]".

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Jocelyn_Intel
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Hello, @Jakub7

 

Thank you for posting on the Intel® communities.  will gladly assist you here. 

 

Please take in mind that, like many other processor generations, there are processors that support this technology and others that don’t support it. 

 

You can see here a few examples of 13th gen processors that support Intel vPro. 

 

Best regards,  

Jocelyn M.   

Intel Customer Support Technician. 

 

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n_scott_pearson
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Yes, but they are all Mobile or Embedded.

Just saying,

...S

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abuhar
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I'm unsure how to reply other than doing this but thank you for the driver for the network card intel abandoned!

 

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Jakub7
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Thanks @Jocelyn_Intel, but just like @n_scott_pearson said, none of those are Raptor Lake-S (desktop) SKUs.

Is there please anybody at Intel - there must be somebody from sales who knows - that could confirm this?

 

Thanks,

Jakub

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Jocelyn_Intel
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Hello, @Jakub7

 

It is correct, as @n_scott_pearson wrote, there are no 13th gen Desktop processors with Intel vPro Technology for now, what we can offer you are embedded or mobile (third-party mini PCs/systems, laptops, etc.) processors in case you are more interested in its generation, however, if your priority #1 is to have this technology in all of your systems, you may consider the previous generations in the meantime. 

 

Best regards,  

Jocelyn M.   

Intel Customer Support Technician. 


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Jakub7
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Hi, @Jocelyn_Intel,

 

Thanks for the reply, but I've just received some strong evidence this may not be the case. 

 

Here is a screenshot from a machine running Q670 and 13600K:

Jakub7_0-1678361850682.png

 

This definitely looks like an error in the ARK - meaning specification problem only.

Is it in your power to flag this with someone from the ARK team?

 

Thanks,

Jakub

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Jakub7
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For anybody who will find this in the future...

Intel has now updated ARK, and the mentioned i5-13500 is now eligible for "Intel vPro® Enterprise, Intel vPro® Essentials, Intel vPro® Platform". This means that Intel either:

a) found the mistake and fixed it, or,

b) takes time to roll out vPro to existing consumer SKUs as suggested by this superuser answer "When the platform will be officially launched [...] information on any already launched CPUs will be updated [...]".

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