Intel’s Core i7-11700K appears on UserBenchmark

Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake-S CPUs have a lot riding on them because they will be going on pre-order sales without having any kind of official performance review. But for those who want to place their orders have to place their hopes on the leaked and rumored benchmark details. So any leaked benchmark details which we can find are all the help which we can get.

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Recently, the upcoming Intel Core i7-11700K has appeared with its benchmark results and has obliterated everything in its way to take control of the 1-core, 2-core, 4-core, 8-core, and average benchmark percentage charts.

Not being the most powerful CPU in the segment, the i7-11700K blows away rivals such as the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and the Ryzen 9 5950X, by quite a margin, especially in the single-core test. The UserBenchmark results for the 8-core, 16-thread Intel Core i7-11700K are currently based on four samples. The blue team is working hard to make its processors stand-out in the single-core performance.

The following table of average scores gives a snapshot of the apparent magnificence of the Rocket Lake-S part:

Intel Core i7-11700KAMD Ryzen 9 5900XAMD Ryzen 9 5950X
1-core182 points159 points159 points
2-core364 points317 points314 points
4-core707 points605 points605 points
8-core1,240 points1,176 points1,190 points
Benchmark %113%101%101%
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Here are some additional with adding some heavy points to the table:

Intel Core i7-11700KAMD Ryzen 9 5900XAMD Ryzen 9 5950X
Normal213 points188 points187 points
Heavy973 points890 points898 points
Server1,651 points2,348 points2,920 points
Total2,837 points3,426 points4,005 points

One thing to remember is that UserBenchmark heavily favors fewer-core workloads, which in turn will generally favor Intel parts that often outpace their AMD rivals in single-core benchmarks. The i7-11700K has +11.88% gains over the best that Ryzen 5000 has to offer in average benchmark percentage and +16.86% ahead in 4-core testing.

Overall, it seems that Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake-S CPUs will be one of the best things to come out of Intel.



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