Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K processor, 65W improved TDP from Raptor Lake leaked, up to 5.6GHz operating speeds

Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K processor, 65W improved TDP from Raptor Lake leaked, up to 5.6GHz operating speeds

Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K processor, 65W improved TDP from Raptor Lake leaked, up to 5.6GHz operating speeds



A new day and new benchmark for the Intel Raptor Lake processor has been leaked and this time it is a Non-K Core i9-13900 with 24 cores and 32 threads.

Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K Raptor Lake CPU benchmarks leak, single-core 10% faster and multi-core 17% faster vs 12900K

you selected SeatingThe Intel Core i9-13900 is a non-K version that is tuned around a base TDP of only 65W compared to the unlocked chip which will have a base TDP of 125W (PL1). The maximum turbo power will obviously be a lot higher around 200W, but it wouldn’t be as crazy as the 250W+ limit that 13900K should offer.

For the base configuration, the Intel Core i9-13900 Raptor Lake processor will have the same 24 cores, 32 threads with 68MB of total cache as the Core i9-13900K. The only differences will be the aforementioned power limits, which are slightly lower for the Non-K chip, and also the clock speeds, which are rated at a base clock of 2.0GHz and a maximum boost clock of up to 5.6GHz. The 13900K has a base of 3.0 GHz and a boost clock of 5.8 GHz. Managing all clock cores will be a bit conservative for a Non-K chip, so multi-core performance won’t be as much of a jump as an unlocked SKU.

So when it comes to benchmarks, the Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K Raptor Lake processor scored 2,130 on a single core and 20131 on our multi-core test. Geekbench 5. For comparison, the single-core score is 10% faster than the Core i9-12900K and 26% faster than the Ryzen 9 5950X. The multi-core score, while not as significant as the 13900K, is still in the multi-digit range with a 17 percent increase over the Core i9-12900K and a 22 percent increase over the Ryzen 9 5950X.

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Compared to the Core i9-13900K, the Intel Core i9-13900 Non-K Raptor Lake processor is 24% slower in multi-core performance and 8% slower in single-core performance. It’s pretty decent but it shows that Raptor Lake CPUs are very power dependent due to their high multi-threading capabilities. The TDP environment and energy conservation will really harm the multi-core performance of the thirteenth consecutive chip.

13th-generation Intel Raptor Lake desktop processors including the flagship Core i9-13900K are expected to be launched in October on the Z790 platform. The processors will face AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processor lineup which will also launch in fall 2022. Raptor Lake’s initial storage units will only include K-series chipsets with non-K processors expected to launch shortly thereafter along with mainstream motherboards.

13th Generation Intel Raptor Lake-S Desktop Processor Family:

Processor name Silicon Update / QDF P-Core . Number Electronic core count Total kernel/thread P-Core Base / Boost (maximum) P-Core Boost (all cores) E-Core Base / Boost E-Core Boost (all cores) Cache (total L2 + L3) TDP MSRP
Intel Core i9-13900 K B0 / Q1E1 8 16 24/32 3.0 / 5.8 GHz 5.5 GHz (all cores) TBD / 4.7 GHz 4.3 GHz (all cores) 68 MB 125 W (PL1)
250 watts (PL2)?
To be announced
Intel Core i9-13900KF B0 / Q1EX 8 16 24/32 3.0 / 5.8 GHz 5.5 GHz (all cores) TBD / 4.7 GHz 4.3 GHz (all cores) 68 MB 125 W (PL1)
250 watts (PL2)?
To be announced
Intel Core i9-13900 B0 / Q1EJ 8 16 24/32 2.0 / 5.6 GHz to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 68 MB 65 W (PL1)
~200 W (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i9-13900F B0 / Q1ES 8 16 24/32 2.0 / 5.6 GHz to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 68 MB 65 W (PL1)
~200 W (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i7-13700 K B0 / Q1EN 8 8 16/24 3.4 / 5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz (all cores) 3.4 / 4.3 GHz to be announced later on 54 MB 125 W (PL1)
228 watts (PL2)?
To be announced
Intel Core i7-13700KF B0 / Q1ET 8 8 16/24 3.4 / 5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz (all cores) 3.4 / 4.3 GHz to be announced later on 54 MB 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i7-13700 B0 / Q1EL 8 8 16/24 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 54 MB 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i7-13700F B0 / Q1EU 8 8 16/24 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 54 MB 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i5-13600K B0 / Q1EK 6 8 14/20 3.5 / 5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz (all cores) 3.5 / 3.9 GHz to be announced later on 44 mega 125 W (PL1)
180 watts (PL2)?
To be announced
Intel Core i5-13600KF B0 / Q1EV 6 8 14/20 3.5 / 5.2 GHz 5.1 GHz (all cores) 3.5 / 3.9 GHz to be announced later on 44 mega 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i5-13600 C0 / Q1DF 6 8 14/20 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 44 mega 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i5-13500 C0 / Q1DK 6 8 14/20 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 32 MB 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i5-13400 C0 / Q1DJ 6 4 10/16 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 28 MB 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced
Intel Core i3-13100 H0 / Q1CV 4 4/8 to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on to be announced later on 12 megabytes 65 W (PL1)
TBD (PL2)
To be announced

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