Intel’s 13th Gen Core i9-13900K 10% Faster than the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X [CPU-Z Leak]

Yet another benchmark of the Intel Core i9-13900K has surfaced, courtesy of TUM_APISAK. The CPU-Z benchmark below provides info on the CPU’s cache configuration as well as the boost clocks. In addition, the CPU-Z benchmark also gives us an idea of the approximate performance of the Raptor Lake flagship. Featuring a total of 24 cores (8P + 16E), the Core i9-13900K promises leadership content creation performance while also satisfying gamers with its boost clocks of over 5.5GHz.

The 13900K scores 846 points in the single-threaded benchmark, giving it a lead of 12% over its predecessor and roughly the same over the Ryzen 9 5950X. In the multi-threaded benchmark, it scores an impressive 13,054 points (courtesy of the 32 threads), outmaneuvering the Ryzen 9 5950X by at least 10%.

This is a much milder score than the one we saw last week, possibly due to it being an early engineering sample running at under 5GHz. Keep in mind that this chip will go through multiple stages of optimization and fine-tuning before it hits the retail market. The boost clock will be increased by nearly 1GHz and the cache timings will also be polished for optimum performance.

Areej Syed

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