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Intel Raptor Lake Core i5-13400 Desktop CPU is 30% faster than its Alder Lake Counterpart

Intel’s Core i5-13400 Desktop CPU has been tested by Jawara, an Indonesian tech publication, and shows up to a 30% improvement over its predecessor. According to recent reports, certain Asian stores have already begun selling the Intel 13th Gen Non-K CPUs ahead of their January launch.

The CPUs will be joined by a new B760 motherboard selection when they are released on January 3rd. While this isn’t the first time we’ve seen benchmarks for this particular chip, it is the first time a retail chip has been leaked.

Core i5-13400
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The Intel Core i5-13400 CPU has six P-cores and four E-cores, for a total of ten cores and sixteen threads. The basic clock speed of the CPU is 2.5 GHz, with a boost clock speed of 4.1 GHz across all cores and 4.6 GHz on a single core. The CPU has 28 MB of L3 cache and a PL1 TDP of 65W and a PL2 TDP of roughly 120W. Given its performance boost and roughly $200 US price, the CPU should be a big seller in the budget market, where Intel’s 12th Gen series already dominates.

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Intel Core i5-13400 vs Core i5-12400 CPU Benchmarks (Credits: Jawara)

In terms of performance, the Intel Core i5-13400 was pitted against the Core i5-12400 in a series of short tests.

An ASRock B660M PG Riptide motherboard and 16 GB of DDR4-3600 memory were used in the testing. The Core i5-13400 CPU outperforms the i5-12400 by 6% in Cinebench R23 single-thread, and by 30% in multi-threaded tests. In Blender and Adobe Premier, the CPU also sends up to 22% faster.

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Intel Core i5-13400 vs Core i5-12400 CPU Power & Temps (Credits: Jawara)

The power and temperature figures are the most essential. In Cinebench R23 Multi-threaded testing, the Intel Core i5-13400 consumed 30% more power than the Core i5-12400 (86W vs 66W) while maintaining temperatures around the 60C mark, which is very fantastic to see. Again, the Core i5-13400 shouldn’t significantly increase wattage statistics in gaming, and those should be lower than the 30% increase shown in multi-threaded benchmarks like Cinebench R23.

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.



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