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Intel Core i5-13600K 14 Core CPU Tested in CPU-Z & Cinebench

Intel Core i5-13600K Engineering Sample 'Three'

Intel's unreleased Raptor Lake processors are moderately simple to find for Chinese commentators.

Intel's thirteenth Gen Core i5 "Raptor Lake" work area processor setup could see the top Core i5-13600K and i5-13600KF element a 6P+8E centre design (that is six execution centres and eight effectiveness centres). Every one of the six P-centers has HyperThreading empowered, making this a 14-center/20-string processor. Every one of the six "Raptor Cove" P-centers has 2 MB of devoted L2 store. The eight "Gracemont" E-centers are spread across two E-center bunches with four centres, each. Each group shares 4 MB of L2 reserve among the four E-centers (expanded from 2 MB for every bunch on "Birch Lake"). The P-centers and E-centers share 24 MB of the L3 store, expanded from 20 MB on the i5-12600K.

A capability test (QS) of the Core i5-13600K advanced toward web-based entertainment, where it was put through a lot of manufactured tests. In CPU-Z Bench, the i5-13600K QS scores 830 focuses in single-string, contrasted with 648 places of the Ryzen 9 5950X "Harmony 3," and trails it in the multi-strung tests, with 10031.8 places, contrasted with 11906 focuses for the Ryzen. The QS accompanies a Processor Base Power (PBP) worth 125 W, the same as that of the i5-12600K. "Raptor Lake" is in reverse viable with Intel 600-series chipset motherboards, even though it dispatches close by the Intel 700-series chipset. It imparts the LGA1700 attachment to twelfth Gen "Birch Lake," and is based on a similar Intel 7 hub (10 nm Enhanced SuperFin) as its ancestor.

An excited Citizen (ECSM) got an example of Intel's Core i5-13600K pre-creation test. This specific adaptation is apparently ES3 (Engineering Sample 3), which has been reproduced to work at a similar recurrence as QS (Qualification Sample). Tragically there is no image of the actual processor.

The processor has been tried with a custom clock setup to more readily reflect QS test particulars. The ES3's Performance centres apparently run at 5.1/4.9 GHz while Efficient centres are set at 3.9 GHz. The QS puts those frequencies a piece higher. ECSM tried the processor with all Performance centres set to 5.1 GHz and Efficient clocks set to 4.0 GHz.

Here is an update that i5-13600K purportedly includes 6 Performance Cores and 8 Efficient. This really intends that there are 14 centres altogether and 20 strings, a redesign over Alder Lake i5-12600K contribution 10 centres and 16 strings.

It is important to note that 12600K has a boost power limit (PL2) set to 150W, whereas 13600K has this level increased (some rumours suggest it’s 228W). In actual tests, the CPU reached a maximum CPU package power of 176W, but the leaker believes the final production unit may be optimized for 160W. The CPU voltage was reportedly 1.31V.

In terms of performance, the i5-13600K scores 830 points in the single-core CPU-Z benchmark and 10031 points in multicore. That’s a significant multi-core performance increase over 12600K which scores 768 and 5590 points respectively (so +8% and +79%).

In Cinebnech R23 i5-13600K captures 1387 points in single-core test and 24420 in multi-core. That’s an improvement of 40% for multicore and … a downgrade of 26% for single-core tests. The discrepancy between both benchmarks is not explained.

Source: ECSM & Videocardz