A newly leaked benchmark may reveal that the Intel Raptor Lake Core i9-13900K may be 20% faster than the Alder Lake Core i9-12900K in multithreading.
This benchmark leak is Expressview Reported by WccftechI9-13900K revealed shortly after being discovered in the wild 24 cores (8 + 16) And 32 threads. The clock speed is stated to be the maximum boost of 3.8 GHz (P core), but the E core is split into two clusters running at 2.8 GHz and two other clusters running at 1.0 GHz. It has been.
This is supposed to be an engineering sample (ES), which means that the reported speeds are inconsistent, and it is estimated that the final speed can reach 6GHz. It is also said to own a 32 MB L2 cache. Combined with the L3 cache, it totals 68 MB and is rumored to be labeled “Game Cache”. With these increased combinations of cache and clock speed, Raptor Lake should work well in the game.
Both the i9-13900K and i9-12900K were tested using the Z690 platform with a pair of G.Skill DDR5-5200 memory and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 graphics card. And in clock speed tests, Raptor Lake seems to have easily beat Alder Lake with the reported 20% margin.
According to the same leak, Raptor Lake’s performance is inferior to Alder Lake in single-core tests due to the BIOS optimization and high TDP limits. Also, as mentioned above, the former is ES, so the current clock speed is unstable. In the game benchmarks, Raptor Lake seems to be equivalent to Alder Lake, but as mentioned above, if these leaked specs apply, Raptor Lake should behave even better at boot time.
Analysis: Does AMD want competition?
Information from Team Green’s next Intel Raptor Lake Core i9-13900K CPU is limited, but Team Red seems to be preparing for: September launch of its own rumors AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU, one month before the October launch of Raptor Lake.
And while AMD still has advantages because it’s CPU more efficient than Intel, which consumes much more power, in the latter case it seems that clock speeds are rarely significantly improved. Rumors up to 6GHz It’s true.
The new Raptor Lake architecture Rumored to reduce power consumption Reduce CPU by 20% to 25% by using DLVR (Digital Linear Voltage Regulator), which removes wind from AMD’s sails. We have to wait for how much the Ryzen 7000 can compete with the new architecture (Zen4 built on TSMC 5nm) and support for DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 when it’s time to launch.
Watch the video here: Intel Raptor Lake is already 20% faster than Alder Lake in leaked benchmarks