Only a few days after the date Cinebench R23 Results for Core i5-13600K It appeared, but today it is followed by Geekbench values that were made with a Core i7-13700K. Intel’s Raptor Lake CPU has eight performance and efficiency cores each, has 24 threads and is compatible with current LGA1700 motherboards. Corresponding BIOS updates are already available.
Geekbench ran on Windows 10. This serves as the foundation ASRock Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E (Hardwareluxx review), where the amount of RAM is not known. A base clock was read of 3.4 GHz for the Core i7-13700K and increased to about 5.3 GHz. The chassis practically confirms that the Core i7-13700K will come with eight performance cores in addition to eight efficiency cores, as was the case with the previous generation only with the Core i9-12900 series. The eight faster cores also support SMT or Hyper-Threading, so the processor has a total of 24 threads.
A single-core score of 2090 and a multi-core score of 16,542 were obtained in Geekbench version 5.4.5. But what do these results say? If the performance values of the Core i9-12900K are compared, this shows that the Core i7-13700K offers a slightly more single-thread performance for the road with 2090 points, because the Core i9-12900K has about 1900 points. However, due to the clock feature, the latter provides more multi-threaded performance by about 17,300 points, while the Core i7-13700K scored 16,542 points in this case.
All in all, the performance rating for the Intel Core i7-13700K is pretty good, even if Geekbench is just a synthetic benchmark and below shows day-to-day performance. It wouldn’t be long before Intel launched its 13th generation with Raptor Lake CPUs. As mentioned earlier, current LGA1700 motherboards are compatible with Raptors, provided the BIOS is updated accordingly. Next to ASUS And the MSI He also has asrock The Intel 600 boards were prepared. Of course, BIOS updates suitable for Gigabyte models are also expected.
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