A few days ago, we discussed the performance results of a pre-production version of the Intel Core i9-13900K processor. Checked in Software against Core i9-12900KF and regular Core i9-12900K version. From the tests, we can then conclude that the IPC remains practically stable, since the increase in performance is dictated by an increase in the clock speed and the number of cores. This time, the same source has published more tests, but it’s about gaming.
More performance tests of the pre-production version of the Intel Core i9-13900K processor appeared on the net. Regarding the Core i9-12900KF, we see above all a higher minimum FPS and … higher power consumption.
Intel Core i9-13900K tested before production against Core i9-12900KF. Differences in single-thread tests are up to 10%
In addition to the 3DMark synthetic benchmark, w Intel Core i9-13900K Processor Tests Several games have appeared, such as Horizon Zero Dawn, Red Dead Redemption 2, CS: GO or Far Cry 6. In general, when it comes to average FPS, both processors usually go head to head, and the differences are in favor of the game. The newer Raptor Lake system is not large and is up to several percent. We can see much larger differences in favor of the 13th generation when we look at the graphs that show the difference in performance in the context of minimum frames per second. In this case, with a resolution of Full HD, the Core i9-13900K gives results an average of 28% higher, in WQHD – about 22% better, and in 4K – about 12%. Our test bench (using a GeForce RTX 3090 Ti card and ASUS ROG Z690 Extreme motherboard, 32GB of DDR5 6400MHz memory) with Raptor Lake chip delivers a more stable frame rate, with a noticeable drop in performance.
Intel Core i9-13900K tested in popular benchmark. The input assures a high turbo speed of up to 5.7GHz
The power consumption of both processors was also evaluated. Along with the higher and lower frame rate, it is also the highest power consumption of the Intel Core i9-13900K processor. Only in the case of Forzy Horizon 5 in Full HD, a slight decrease in power consumption is observed, in addition, the differences range from a few W to more than 40 W in the case of the Raptor Lake system. naturally There is no doubt about such high results as the 420 W mentioned a few days ago (Leap), although it looks like the 13th generation platform will attract more power.
Source: VideoCardz, Bilibili
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