Intel Raptor Lake top CPU can blow away Core i9-12900K

As for multi-core performance, if these leaky preparation points are anything that happens because Intel’s Raptor Lake processor has become the subject of another leak and this time, the proliferation of benchmarks focuses on the core i9-13900K flagship chip.

Intel Raptor Lake flagship CPU could blow away Core i9-12900K
Intel Raptor Lake flagship CPU could blow away Core i9-12900K

Of course, let’s say in advance the usual things: these are just intentional results and may not be genuine – we have to believe in that – and this is the pre-release (technical) sample of the 13900K (as you might recall, is a 24-core CPU with eight performance cores and 16 efficient cores).

The benchmark comes from Bilibili (open in the new tab) (discovered by VideoCardz (open in the new tab)), a video sharing site in China, so keep in mind that it’s not the source we consider the most reliable, so walking is even more cautious than usual here. That said, the results seem detailed and are a well-off job if they’re actually completely made up.

Benchmarks are drawn from a variety of sets, including common suspects such as Blender, CineBench, Geekbench, and CPU-Z, with the 13900K paired with the RTX 3060 Ti GPU and DDR5 system RAM in the Asus ROG Z690 Extreme motherboard.

So, what does the score show us? Specifically, compared to the current 12900K, the upcoming Raptor Lake flagship is on average about 10% faster for single-core performance and about 35% faster for multi-core.

As you might expect, some benchmarks show a more pronounced lead for the 13900K and up to 46% faster for multi-core performance as rated in CPU-Z (with Raptor Lake CPU 40% faster in the multi-CineBench R23- and 41% faster in some Blender tests).

Analysis: More evidence that Raptor Lake will be a worthy upgrade

Another important point here is the clock speed shown for the 13900K model chip, which is the basic frequency of 3GHz, with an increased speed to 5.5 GHz, but up to 5.7 GHz when reaching its fastest speed. That’s exactly in line with another leak that we saw a few days ago, again for a purported Raptor Lake top CPU engineering model, so that adds weight to this rumor here.

And indeed, the more fuel is added to the fire for the general theory that 13900K will reach 5.7GHz when the proverbial accelerator is embossed – with thermal velocity boost, that is, a short-term explosive speed – and maybe we only see 5.8GHz as previously rumored. Remember, this is still silicon sample, so the finished version of the 13900K is likely to offer a little more possibilities – and the same goes for those benchmark results. Again, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen some heavy hints that the Raptor Lake’s flagship will be an impressive step up from the existing 12900K.

Single-core increases are more modest, but still perfectly healthy – for a sample chip – although they seem to have more to do with the faster increase that 13900K is being pushed up here (the 12900K tops out at a maximum gain of 5.2 GHz). Of course, the gaming benchmark will be where a lot of people are interested in focusing on how far Raptor Lake goes, with an enhanced level of built-in cache expected to help it compare to Alder Lake in that respect.

For what is billed as a simple refresh of Alder Lake, Intel’s 13th-generation processor looks attractive enough for our current location. If there’s anxiety here for Team Blue fans who have weighed in on a next-generation CPU, it’s this leak that shows the 13900K reaching ‘PL4’ power usage (the maximum allowed is a temporary spike) up to 420W, this is a serious power level – hungry – but then we have to remember that this is still a pre-release CPU.

It’s also worth noting that Raptor Lake will go head-to-head with the all-new Ryzen 7000 chip built on the all-new Zen 4 architecture, which itself seems very promising in terms of the impact it can make, reaching an enhanced rate that extends the eye to beginners. . Both of these competing next-generation CPUs are expected to launch at the same time, namely September or October 2022.

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