If yesterday we saw the Intel Core i7-13700K being up to 17% faster than its predecessor, the Core i7-12700K, or up to 54% faster than the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, now a new benchmark in Bench Geek 5 This performance difference increases significantly with a change of platform.

On this new occasion, the Intel Core i7-13700K was mounted on an ASRock Z690 Steel Legend WiFI 6E/D5 motherboard, i.e. the same motherboard we saw in the previous benchmark, but the ” D5″ indicates that this is the variant for memory DDR5-RAM instead of DDR4. Concretely, the benchmark was carried out with 32 GB of memory DDR5@5200MHzwhereas yesterday DDR4 @ 3600 MHz was used.

Intel Core i7-13700K Geekbench DDR5

In this new benchmark, we are talking about a single base score of 2069 dots compared to a multicore 19811 dots (vs 2090/16542 points yesterday). This translates 20% more performance extra, allowing you to be 20% faster that Intel itself Core i9-12900K, 20% faster than amd Ryzen 9 5950Xan already remarkable 40% in front of the core i7-12700Kand a remarkable 84% respect to Ryzen 7 5800X.

We remind you that the Intel Core i7-13700K comes with a configuration of 16 cores and 24 threads processing (8x P-Core + 8x E-Core) and that it is an engineering sample, where in this specific case it offers achieved a base frequency of 3.40GHzwhile in Turbo all cores have reached 5.30GHzso it seems that we are already seeing more refined platforms to reduce their performance.

Going through: @BenchLeaks