The Core i9-13900K is 67% faster than the 5950X after unlocking the power consumption, and the performance of the Intel X6 is not changed.

time:2022-09-27 05:15:09 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Loudspeaker box
The Core i9-13900K is 67% faster than the 5950X after unlocking the power consumption, and the performance of the Intel X6 is not changed.

i9-13900K unlocked power consumption: performance and power consumption have skyrocketed According to OneRaichu's revelations, Intel's next-generation flagship Core i9-13900K with 24 cores and 32 threads will further improve its performance and power consumption after unlocking the PL2 power limit. Under the default settings, the PL2 turbo power of the Core i9-13900K is limited to 254W, the single-threaded score of CineBench R23 is 2290 points, and the multi-threaded score is 35693 points: and the power limit is unlocked in the motherboard BIOS settings (PL1/PL2 are both 4095.9W) After that, the single-core score of the Core i9-13900K remained unchanged, and the multi-core score rose by 13.8% to 40,616 points. At the same time, the power consumption has also increased to 345 watts: by comparison, the Core i9-13900K is 30% faster than the Core i9-12900K and 48% faster than the Ryzen 9 5950X at default settings. After unlocking the power consumption, the Core i9-13900K is 48% faster than the Core i9-12900K and 67% faster than the Ryzen 9 5950X. According to the test results of HWiNFO64, the Core i9-13900K can have a dual-core turbo frequency of 5.8GHz, eight performance cores can be turbo frequency to 5.5GHz at the same time, and all 16 energy efficiency cores can be turbo frequency to 4.3GHz at the same time. Emerald X6 launches a new 4TB version: According to Tom's Hardware's test, the Emerald X6 mobile solid-state drive has recently undergone a hardware solution upgrade, and provides a larger 4TB model with improved performance and capacity, but the model name has not been changed. changes happened. In 2020 we reviewed an older version of the X6 2TB, which used the ASM235CM bridge chip to connect to the SM2259XT SATA controller. The new version of the Intel X6 uses the Phison U17 single-chip solution, skips the USB-SATA conversion, and breaks through the bandwidth limitation of SATA 3.0. The flash memory of the new version of the Intel X6 has also been upgraded from 96-layer stacking to 176-layer stacking N48R, which is still the QLC type. Tom's Hardware also tested its writing capability. From the test results, the new version of the Emerald X6 uses a full-disk SLC strategy. After writing 1.2TB of data, the temperature is only 53 degrees (the shell surface temperature is 39 degrees), which is not like the NVMe solution. Like mobile hard drives, there are overheating speed limits and hot hands. In addition to the 500GB model, the 1TB, 2TB and 4TB models of the new Intel X6 all offer 800MB/s sequential read capability. After the hardware upgrade this time, Inruida did not change the name of this product. It stands to reason that such an all-round improvement can get at least one Plus suffix.

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