One of the reviewers on the Chinese platform Bilibili has a file qualification sample Intel Core i9-13900K Raptor Lake series processor tested in many games. In this, the CPU performs better than the current Core i9-12900KF and consumes more power.
Bilibili Extreme Player reviewer claims to have a file qualification sample From the upcoming Core i9-13900K and published about it Video with gaming standards. Intel provides such samples, for example, to OEMs and motherboard manufacturers to help design their products. Such processors have already appeared on the Chinese black market a few weeks ago, VideoCardz wrote next.
The Core i9-13900K has eight P cores and sixteen E cores, for a total of 24 cores and 32 threads. This corresponds to the information that Intel Released before. Extreme Player tested the processor on the ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme motherboard, which has already been used BIOS version available with Raptor Lake support. The test system also has 32GB of DDR5-6400 memory, a GeForce RTX 3090 Ti video card, a 1500W power supply, and an AIO 360mm water cooler for the processor. The processor was clocked at 5.5GHz during the tests.
The upcoming Raptor Lake processor will outperform the Core i9-12900KF at 1080p, according to an Extreme Player review that Compiled by Twitter user harukaze5719. At 1440p, it’s 7.01 percent and 3.31 percent at 4k. Frame times and minimum frame rates are also better on the 13900K. At the same time, the power consumption of the Core i9-13900K is between 3 and 33 watts higher, with peaks of about 160 watts.
Extreme Player has previously tested Core i9-13900K In applications and synthetic standardsThe processor delivered 10 percent better single-core performance and 35 percent better performance in multi-threaded workloads. Also in these tests, the Core i9-13900K consumed more power than its predecessor, with a tdp حزمة package Which peaked at 420 watts in Intel’s own XTU benchmark.
Intel is expected to officially announce its first Raptor Lake CPUs in September, with a possible release in October. The company previously announced that Raptor Lake should, among other things, deliver better performance and have more electronic cores than the current Alder Lake generation. Processors are also expected to get files More L2 and L3 cache. CPUs use socket LGA-1700, just like Alder Lake.
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