If yesterday we could see the Intel Core i9-13900K In UserBenchmark, the company’s high-end processor for the Raptor Lake family, today is the time to talk about a more popular benchmark, Geekbenchwhere it is stated that the CPU will reach the 2300 single-core performance points (ST).

To get some context of what this means, it would be 12% faster than Intel Core i9-12900KS processoron 15% faster than Core i9-12900K, and about 35% faster than the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X. Combine that with the notorious increase in cache, and we could see an interesting battle in the market with the AMD Ryzen 7000.

On the other hand, it is indicated that these 2300 points would be in a case where one seeks to restrict oneself with the hyper’ regarding the launch of the Intel Core i9-13900K, since the CPU could really reach the 2400 dots. We will have to wait to see if the predictions come true.

Intel Core i9-13900K

According to the latest rumors, Raptor Lake will be able to feature up to 40% improvement in multi-core performanceand it is that even if the cores of low power consumption will be maintained Gracemont (E-Core), the number of them will be doubled from 8 to 16 to help with this effect.

If we talk about single-core performanceit is stated that the improvement of high-performance cores (P-Core) will be up to 15 percent, thus hovering around the percentages we can see for Geekbench. To this will be added 68 MB cache to add extra performance in games.

2021-2022 Intel Core Processor Family
Model Alder Lake-S Raptor Lake-S
Launch Q4 2021 Q3 2022
Lithography Intel 7 Intel 7
microarchitecture Anse d’Or + Gracemont Anse Raptor + Gracemont
GPU architecture Gen12.2 Gen12.2
Number of cores up to 16 (8+8) up to 24 (8+16)
Socket LGA1700 LGA1700
RAM memory DDR4/DDR5@4800MHz DDR4/DDR5@5600MHz
PCIe gene PCIe 5.0 PCIe 5.0
Intel Core Series 12th generation Core-S 13th generation Core-S
chipsets Intel 600 Intel 700

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