13th Gen Intel Processor Enters Performance Test

Intel’s 13th generation processors have apparently reached out to various companies for testing. A CPU-Z screenshot of an engineering sample Raptor Lake processor has appeared. In addition, various test results of the chip, which is stated to belong to the Core i9-13900 model, were shared.

The Core i9-13900 carries 16 efficiency cores alongside 8 performance cores. The maximum frequency rate seems to be 3.8 GHz, which is normal for engineering chips. In addition, various benchmarks were made with the current generation Core i9-12900K.

Intel Core i9 13900

Both CPUs were paired with an unknown Z690 motherboard, 32GB of DDR5 5200MHz memory with unknown timings, and a GeForce RTX 3090 Founders Edition graphics card. The upcoming 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPU is on average 20% faster than its predecessor, according to Expreview. However, the extra 8 efficiency cores may have made the difference at this point.

There is a 51% difference in the SiSoft Sandra double precision floating point test. In some multi-core tests, differences between 15% and 25% emerged. The 12th generation processor is ahead of around 10% in single-core tests with applications such as Pov-Ray and Cinebench. Since the engineering example is limited to the 13th generation processor 3.8 GHz frequency speed, we can consider it to be behind.

Cinebench R23 i9 13900
Cinebench R20 i9 13900

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