Core i5-13600K engineering sample outperforms Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X
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Core i5-13600K engineering sample outperforms Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X

Despite the fact there are still some months before Intel Raptor Lake processors are released, there are many tests and reports online about the performance of the Core i9-13900K model. The Chinese, who have the engineering samples for the latest CPUs earlier than any other country, have now tested a simpler model, the Core i5-13600K. He was impressed.

The settings are the first. Core i5-13600K is a 10-core processor with 6 large cores and 8 small cores. The large cores will operate at a maximum frequency of 5.1GHz. This, combined with a 20 MB L2 cache and 24 MB L3 cache, promises significant performance improvements. The Core i5-12600K’s current parameters are: 6 large cores at 4.9 GHz, 4 smaller cores, 9.5 MB cache L2 and 20 MB cache L3 respectively.

Let’s now look at the results. The CPU-Z test showed that the Core i5-13600K Engineering sample performed 28% faster than the Ryzen 9 5595X in a single-threaded test. He lost slightly in multi-threaded but not significantly. You should also consider the fact that all cores of Ryzen 9 5950X operate at the highest frequency and are identical, as opposed to Core i5.

Cinebench R23 showed that the Core i5-13600K ran at a lower frequency, but it still outperformed the Ryzen 9 5900X by approximately 10% in multi-threaded tests. The Core i5-13600K might be faster in single-threaded tests once the frequency issue has been resolved.

The Core i5-13600K is a great processor, even though it’s still an engineering sample. It can be a big hit at a reasonable price (and it most likely will, judging from the Alder Lake CPU),

Core i5-13600K engineering sample outperforms Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X
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