Intel 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake-P” 14-core Mobile CPU Turns Out To Be Faster Than Core i9-12900HK

At this point in time, we are all well aware what the codename for Intel’s 13th Gen Core series laptop is. It is the Raptor Lake-P. we have recently come across a new leak in which one of the processors has been tested six days ago with the Userbenchmark software. We can be sure that the test platform is based on the Intel reference system as noted by the build info “Raptor Lake-Px LP5 ERB”. This also indicates a system based on LDDR5 memory.

The software has been able to collect data which shows that the SKU is based on 14 cores and 20 threads. The base clock is set to 2.5 GHz and a turbo clock at 4.2 GHz. The turbo speed matches with that of the Alder Lake-P flagship: Core i9-12900HK. The reason for this might be that the User benchmark reports the average clock speed instead of the highest one. Similar clock speeds can easily be found on the 12900HK entries. If we look into the base speed, however, it is lower by 400 MHz. According to this benchmark it is already faster than its predecessor, the flagship Alder Lake-P CPU.

This report by Userbenchmark shows that the process is faster than the flagship Alder Lake-P CPU. However, this doesn’t necessarily equate to an advantage in terms of performance. We can hope for this to improve further in the future as this was merely the initial leak.

Via VideoCardz