We already have the first performance test of a Intel Core i5-13600Kphased processor engineering sample 3 (ES3) which was seen boasting a configuration of 14 cores and 20 processing threads (6x P-Core + 8x E-Core) at a Turbo frequency that would shift between the 4.90/5.10GHz for P-Cores vs. 3.90GHz of the E-Core.
Unlike the Core i9, here, compared to its predecessor, a noticeable performance improvement is received, since we are dealing with a CPU with 4 cores + 4 additional threadswhich implies that its maximum consumption (PL2) would be approximately 228W compared to the 150W of its predecessor, although in the benchmarks carried out it reaches the 176Wwhile waiting for the final version for sale to be optimized to remain in the 160W.
Going into the essential, the Intel Core i5-13600K was seen in CPU-Z scoring a single core performance of 830.4 pointswhich implies that it is 28% faster than the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X it was compared to. In multi-core performance, it reached 10031.8 points, so AMD optionwith 2 cores and 12 additional threads, is 18% faster. A margin that risks being shortened in its final version, although of course the interesting thing will be in the price, since it is still a Core i5.
If we compare it against its predecessor, the Core i5-12600K, we are talking about an improvement in single-core performance. 8%while in multicore there is a big jump up to 79%.
In Cinebench R23, the Core i5-13600K achieved a score of 1387 dots single-core and 22420 points in multicore. For reference, the AMD processor moves into the 28600 dotsso in this case the difference is greater: 27% in multicore.
Expanding the consumption information, it is stated that the GPU was operating with a voltage of 1.31v in the built-in FPU stress test in CPU-Z. In addition to the maximum consumption of 173.62Wmost interesting of all, is that all of the high performance CPU cores were running at a temperature between 73 and 78ºCwhile those with low consumption were very stable 73 and 74ºC. Come on, that the M.2 SSD was hotter than the CPU itself under stress. Unfortunately, we do not know the cooling system used.
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