Intel Core i9-13900K sneak test with 10% increase in gaming performance

time:2023-02-08 02:35:44 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
Intel Core i9-13900K sneak test with 10% increase in gaming performance

IT House September 18 news, if nothing else, Intel's Raptor Lake series CPUs will not be released until next month, including a series of new products such as the Core i9-13900K, but the i5-13600 and below models are the previous generation vests. Before the launch, UP master @ECSM_Official and Twitter blogger @OneRaichu have successfully obtained the new generation of flagship U and conducted a comprehensive evaluation of it. The results show that the Raptor lake-S has further obtained the ultimate 10nm process by further relaxing the Contact Gate Pitch (CPP) from 54 nm to 60 nm without a major process change, which finally provides a better performance than the Alder lake series. The product is higher than the P core frequency of 0.5Ghz. At the same time, Intel's i5, i7, and i9 products have doubled the number of E-cores and provided more L2/L3 caches to improve application and game performance, ultimately bringing performance to a whole new level. The improvement in games is about 10%, and in running points, there is about a 12% increase in single-threaded performance and a 42% increase in multi-threaded performance, but the power consumption has also been greatly improved. The specific data will not be released until the official ban is lifted. . First, the specs. The Intel Core i9-13900K is the Raptor Lake flagship CPU with 8 P cores and 16 E cores (Gracemont V2), for a total of 24 cores and 32 threads. This CPU has a base frequency of 3.0GHz, a single-core turbo frequency of 5.8GHz, and an all-core turbo frequency of 5.5 GHz (8 P cores), with 68 MB of cache and 125W of PL1 power consumption and 250W of PL2 power consumption , and when you turn on the "unlimited power mode", it can even reach 350W of power. Just a quick comparison:
  • Core i9-13900K: 8+16 (24/32), 3.0 / 5.8 GHz, 66 MB cache, 125W (PL1) / 253W ( PL2)
  • Core i9-12900K: 8+8 (16/24), 3.2 / 5.2 GHz, 30 MB cache, 125W (PL1) / 241W (PL2)
IT House understands that the Core i9-13900K they used in this review is based on the Z690 Taichi Razer Edition and an unreleased Z790 motherboard, which was tested on DDR5 and DDR4 platforms respectively, and they cannot disclose due to the NDA protocol. Actual product name. DRAM: DDR5-6000 CL30-38-38-76, DDR4-3600 CL17-19-19-39, Trefi=262143, other parameters are set to Auto. ▲ AIDA64 bandwidth test, picture source OneRaichu Next is the delay test between CPU cores. ▼ Theoretical latency and bandwidth tests and final performance tests and IPC tests. ▲ P core ▲ After the E core is finished, we also need to test the game performance, all of which use the platform test of DDR4 3600 C17-19-19-39 Trefi 262143. To put it simply, in high-frame games that focus more on CPU, such as "Singularity Ashes", "CSGO", etc., the improvement of 13900K compared to 12900K can be more than 10%, but in fact, most games are only improved by one digits.

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