Several reports were published online describing overclocking the Intel Core i7-13700K CPU. The first case showed that the CPU frequency was increased to 6 GHz using all active cores.
We are talking about active large nuclei, small ones were disabled. This allowed us to score 983 in a single-threaded exam – more than Core i9-13900K running at 5.5 GHz.
The multi-threaded test was affected by the disabling of cores. This result only gave 7814 points. The core voltage was 1.421V and the temperatures were in the 25-37 degree C range. This indicates that the screenshot was taken after test.
The second report is just as interesting. 16 cores participated in it. Large was at 5.8 GHz and small at 3.7 GHz. In the single-threaded case, the result is slightly lower at 947 points. However, it’s almost twice as high in the multi-threaded one with 12896 points. The core voltage in the second case was 1.5 V.
This result showed that the Core i9-13700K was 10% quicker than the Core i9-13900K @ 5.5 GHz, and 16% faster then the Core i9-12900K @ 5.2 GHz.