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Upcoming Intel Core i5-13600K Surpasses AMD Ryzen 9 5950X

An additional upcoming Intel raptor lake CPU has actually been dripped online. This time around, it is a mid-range CPU– the Intel Core i5-13600K with 14 cores consisting of six high-performance P cores as well as eight performance or E cores with an optimum clock speed of 5.1 GHz.

The Intel Core i5-13600K has an optimum TDP of 125W, which is similar to the Intel Core i5-12600K. The CPU is based on 10nm fabrication (Intel7) and is compatible with LGA 1700 socket, thus, the CPU can be made use of with 12th Gen Intel core supporting motherboards.

Intel Core i5-13600K Performance

According to the leakage, where an engineering sample of the Intel Core i5-13600K was used with hands-on overclocking. Based on the leak, the CPU uses a single core that was clocked at 5.1 GHz, while the rest of the P-cores can rise to 4.9 GHz. The E-cores will have a clock rate of 3.9 GHz.

Upon overclocking, the Intel Core i5-13600K, all the P-cores can go for 5.1 GHz while all the E-cores are going for 4GHz, providing a somewhat better single-core as well as multi-core efficiency. Once again, at the increase clock speed (with overclocking) the CPU can run at 173W which is stated to be a little on the higher side.

Intel Core i5-13600K Benchmark Numbers

According to the leakage, the Intel Core i5-13600K scored 830 factors on the single-thread CPU-Z benchmark and a little over 10000 points on the CPU-Z multi-thread benchmark. The single-thread performance of the Intel Core i5-13600K is better than the Ryzen 9 5950X, the front runner customer CPU from AMD.

Also when it comes to multi-thread performance, the Intel Core i5-13600K’s performance is respectable, considering it has fewer CPU cores than the Ryzen 9 5950X. Once more, the real-world efficiency of the Intel Core i5-13600K could be somewhat less than the dripped numbers, especially for those who will certainly run the CPU at the base clock rate.

With the upcoming 13th Gen raptor lake CPUs, Intel seems to be maximizing both performance as well as power effectiveness to supply much better real-world performance without getting truly hot. The 13th Gen Intel Core CPUs are additionally anticipated to provide a little higher clock rate when contrasted to the 12th Gen Intel Core processors.

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