Of course, thanks to the benchmarking software Bench Geek 5 has been reviewed Intel Core i9-13900Kthe family’s top-of-the-line processor for now Intel Raptor Lake (don’t rule out a Core i9-13900KS if things go wrong), with a configuration of at least 24 hearts in the form of 8x P-Core + 16x E-Core and 32 treatment wiresalmost nothing.
This processor has been seen operating at a base frequency of 3.30GHz and a Turbo frequency of 5.50GHz. These frequencies are consistent with the latest leaks from an advanced engineering sample called Engineering sample 3 (ES3), which also revealed a Thermal Velocity Boost frequency of 5.70GHzso we could be facing the same processor.
Let’s get to what matters, and that’s only with a motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 ExtremeRecalling that the company recently released the BIOS update for backwards compatibility, along with 32GB of 6400MHz DDR5 RAM and the Windows 10 operating system, this processor offered a single-core performance of 2133 dots in front of the 23701 dots in multicore performance. This means that, for now, in the form of an engineering sample, it is 7% more Fast in single-core performance than the Intel Core i9-12900Kwhile in multicore performance the improvement is 37%.
This performance, as we see, can still improve, since it is not the final version, the commercial version, that we will see of the Intel Core i9-13900K in its debut, not to mention that its launch could have takes place in October, so there is still room for optimization. The information provided by the benchmark is supplemented by access to 36MB L3 cache (L3) with 32 MB of L2 cache for a total of 68 MB24MB more than the current Alder Lake, as leaks have already revealed.
Going through: @BenchLeaks