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Intel Core i5-13600K 14 Core Raptor Lake ES CPU Tested, 40% Faster Than Core i5-12600K


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The CPU tested here is an ES3 sample but was manually overclocked to reach speeds close to the QS sample. The Intel Core i5-13600K Raptor Lake CPU runs at 5.1 GHz one-core and 4.9 GHz all-core boost clocks while the E-Cores operate at 3.9 GHz. With the QS clock configuration, the chip was boosted to 5.1 GHz for all P-Core clocks and 4.0 GHz for all E-Core clocks. The ES3 sample runs at 173W power at 1.31V and Enthusiast Citizen reports that there's room for improvement as final retail chips can end up with power-optimized around 160W. The CPU peaked at around 78C but it wasn't mentioned what sort of cooling equipment was used.

 

 

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The latest benchmarks of Intel's mainstream Core i5-13600K 14-Core Raptor Lake Desktop CPU...

 

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That's an impressive jump in thread count for a single gen. 

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53 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

That's an impressive jump in thread count for a single gen. 

They seem to be following the mobile core/thread count.

 

More e-core 😀

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1 hour ago, bonami2 said:

They seem to be following the mobile core/thread count.

 

More e-core 😀

 

...96 Zen 4 cores... 😁

 

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2 hours ago, J7SC_Orion said:

 

...96 Zen 4 cores... 😁

 

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I saw that one it not fair going to be 30 grand 😆

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Yea, but these numbers are "Cinebench". 40% faster in gaming? or other applications? I wouldn't hold my breath until we see reviews after NDA expires. 

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1 hour ago, Avacado said:

Yea, but these numbers are "Cinebench". 40% faster in gaming? or other applications? I wouldn't hold my breath until we see reviews after NDA expires. 

Cinebench is a good indication of performance but the 40% is multithreaded. Like the mobile cpu they are over rated.

 

Mobile is worse because of tdp limit.

They try to ad so much e-core to increase benchmark score haha.

 

I think we will get 10-15% increase in ipc maximum.

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12 hours ago, bonami2 said:

I saw that one it not fair going to be 30 grand 😆

 

yes, dreaming in Technicolor 👀...but they may / may not bring out a Threadripper Pro 96C version which would be around US$12K+ and also come with 12-channel DDR 5, but this is obviously outside the normal 'home build project' budget. The 32C/64T Zen 4 core Threadripper Pro w/ 12 channel DDR 5 would be the 'max' I would consider for a work-play project...but first, I like to see some post-release Zen 4 core IPC numbers, also compared to the post-release Intel Raptor Lake / Sapphire Rapids HEDT IPC numbers.

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