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One of the highlights of Intel’s upcoming thirteenth Gen Raptor Lake CPUs is that they’re drop in suitable with present Alder Lake platforms. This has the additional advantage of facilitating some fascinating efficiency leaks that look past the CPU. Case in level, a purported Core i5-13600K has been noticed on Geekbench in two totally different motherboards, one from ASUS and the opposite from ASRock.
The Core i5-13600K is a mid-range chip that is been making the rounds, with us having already lined leaked CPU-Z and Cinebench R23 scores for the unreleased CPU. To recap, it is a 14-core/20-thread processor with 6 P-cores and eight E-cores. It carried out pretty effectively in CPU-Z and Cinebench R23, save for a wonky single-core exhibiting within the latter that is doubtless an error of some type.
As for the ASUS versus ASRock showdown in Geekbench, it is not fairly an apples-to-apples comparability. The Core i5-13600K was benched in an ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme motherboard with the advantage of DDR5 reminiscence, and and ASRock Z690 Steel Legend WiFi 6E with DDR4 RAM.
Here’s how the chip carried out within the ASUS motherboard…
Source: Geekbench
It posted a single-core rating of two,012 and a multi-core rating of 16,054. Compare these to the benchmark outcomes obtained within the ASRock motherboard…
Source: Geekbench
Here it scored 1,980 within the single-core take a look at and 14,425 within the multi-core take a look at. Geekbench acknowledges the clocks as being just about the identical throughout each benchmark runs (3.5GHz to five.1GHz within the ASUS board and three.49GHz to five.087GHz within the ASRock board), although it is attainable the chip was truly overclocked within the ASUS motherboard, even when simply barely.
Source: @harukaze5719
Kudos to leaker @harukaze5719 for plotting out the scores on graph, together with benchmark figures from different CPUs. In the single-core take a look at, we are able to see the ASUS board edging out ASRock by 1.6 %, and the Core i5-13600K besting the Core i5-12600K by as much as 8.4 %.
In the multi-core take a look at, the ASUS board scores 11.29 % increased than the ASRock motherboard, whereas the Core i5-13600K beats the Core i5-12600K by as much as 38.3 %.
Not too shabby, although as all the time now we have to warning towards studying an excessive amount of into efficiency leaks.