“chi11eddog” has released new benchmarks using Intel’s flagship 24-core CPU. Just a few days earlier, this leaker published extremely comparable test findings for the Intel 13th Gen Core non-K series. Due to the fact that this hardware leaker has a stellar track record up to this point, it is highly probable that the data supplied is authentic.
Today, results for the yet-to-be-launched Core i9-13900KS CPU were disclosed, focused just on one benchmark. This is the Cinebench R23 single and multithreaded score, which shows a 5% and 3% improvement over the current i9-13900K SKU, respectively. As far as the next 13900KS model is concerned, based on what is currently known, its maximum out-of-the-box clock speed of 6.0 GHz will let it dominate the single-core performance market.
The i9-13900KS is a forthcoming desktop CPU from Raptor Lake-S that has 24 cores (8P+16E) with a default TDP that has been raised from 125W to 150W. In addition to having a higher maximum turbo frequency, Performance cores now have a 200 MHz faster base clock.
According to the most recent information, this processor will be available on January 12, 2023. This date has already been cited by other sources, which gives such assertions greater validity. The only piece of information that needs to be included is the pricing. However, a pricing leak from a Canadian retailer indicated a 22% price increase over the 13900K model.
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