@Benchleaks has surfaced a Geekbench 5 result of a prototype Raptor Lake i9-13900K boosting up to 5.77GHz, and the chip has the benchmark scores to back up the high clock speeds: The 13900K’s single-threaded results are 10% faster than the current-gen i9-12900K, and a full 47% faster in the multi-thread results. The near 5.8GHz result is impressive to see, and a clear sign that Intel’s Raptor Lake is almost ready for the production line to fend off AMD’s Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 . None of the other Raptor Lake samples we’ve covered touched 5.7 or 5.8GHz, with the only exception being an i7 variant that was overclocked to 6GHz. The performance results speak for themselves, with the i9-13900K being a full 10% faster and a whopping 47% faster in the single and multi-threaded results compared to its predecessor. The multi-threaded score, in particular, was helped immensely by Intel doubling the number of E-cores on the 13900K over the previous-gen model. This is also still an engineering sample, so there could be even more untapped performance waiting to be unlocked by the development team. This is also the start of a new clock-speed war that will emerge in the CPU industry… Read full this story
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