Intel will likely unveil its non-K desktop Raptor Lake lineup early next year at CES. The company might also announce new chipsets at the same event, including H770, B760, and H710, and some of its Raptor Lake mobile parts.
Microsoft recently added Intel's entire 13th-gen Core desktop processor lineup to its Windows 11 compatibility list, including unannounced models. As you might know, Team Blue released its Raptor Lake "K" chips last week but hasn't said anything about its upcoming lower-end CPUs yet.
First, let's quickly recap what the different suffixes on Intel Core processors mean. K-series CPUs are popular with enthusiasts as they have an unlocked multiplier, allowing them to be (more easily) overclocked. Chips ending in an F ship with the integrated graphics disabled, usually due to a manufacturing defect and thus are a bit cheaper than their non-F variants. Finally, T-series processors are underclocked out of the factory, lowering their cooling and power requirements, with Raptor Lake parts limited to 35W.
Microsoft's list only confirmed the names of Intel's upcoming CPUs, but an older leak from Gigabyte also revealed their specs including clock speeds, TDPs, L3 cache sizes, and even what die each model will use. Unfortunately, core counts are still a mystery at this time.