The latest results of Intel’s first 6 GHz CPU, the Core i9-13900KS, have slipped into the Geekbench 5 benchmark database, and it is 10% faster than the 13900K. The flagship Raptor Lake CPU will be the Intel Core i9-13900KS, which will have 24 cores and 32 threads in an 8 P-Core and 16 E-Core configuration.
The 13900KS CPU has a ‘Thermal Velocity Boost’ frequency of up to 6 GHz, making it the first chip to do so out of the box. The CPU has a ‘Turbo Boost Max’ frequency of up to 5.8 GHz, while the P-Cores have a regular turbo frequency of up to 5.4 GHz and the E-Cores have a turbo frequency of up to 4.3 GHz.
The CPU will have 68 MB of combined cache and a 150W PL1 rating that may be increased to 253W or even higher using the extreme power profile options. The CPU is estimated to cost roughly $799 USD when it goes on sale in early 2023, but only in limited quantities.
In single-core performance, the CPU earns 2319 points, putting it 5% ahead of the Core i9-13900K, and in multi-threading performance, we may expect an even greater performance of up to 10%.
The Core i9-13900KS outperforms the Core i9-12900KS by 10% in single-core performance and 40% in multi-threaded performance. The Core i9-13900KS, on the other hand, will cost a premium of $100 to $200 US over the Core i9-13900K while consuming significantly more power. However, because of this, the chip will have a limited production run and will not be available in the same quantities as ordinary Core i9-13900K CPUs.
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