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Intel Core i5-13600K beats M1 Max!

Intel aims to continue its rise in the 12th generation Alder Lake family with the 13th generation Raptor Lake series. In fact, the Core i5-13600K’s performance test results that came out today managed to outperform its competitors from AMD and Apple.

Intel Core i5-13600K, M1 Max and AMD Ryzen 9 5950X sold out!

In recent days, the performance test of the i9-13900K from the Intel Raptor Lake family and the i9-12900K and i9-12900KF from the Alder Lake series appeared. Here, the 13th generation chips were seen to show a performance increase of up to 40 percent over their predecessors.

Intel Core i5-13600K

Today, the result of the Geekbench 5 test of the Intel Core i5-13600K processor appeared. Accordingly, the chip, which is Intel’s flagship mid-range model, is far ahead of the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X and Apple M1 Max processors.

Intel showed up in the performance test with the new Raptor Lake!

Intel showed up in the performance test with the new Raptor Lake!

The new Intel Raptor Lake series entered performance tests. Here it is compared to its predecessor, the Alder Lake Chips.

When we look at the shared image, we see that the processor with 14 cores and 20 threads received 2012 points in the single-core test. On the multi-core side, it gets 16 thousand 54 points. Apple’s 10-core M1 Max processor scored 1,771 in single-core and 12,539 in multi-core in this test.

Of course, there are people who say that the shared Intel test result was obtained by overclocking. Because the base frequency of the chip is 3.50 GHz and the maximum is 5100 Mhz. However, as a result of the test, which is said to be without overclocking, we see a base frequency of 3.49 GHz and a maximum frequency of 5087 MHz. This chip, on the other hand, scores 1980 in single-core and 14,425 in multi-core. So it beats the M1 Max in any case.

Intel Core i5-13600K performance tests

The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, on the other hand, scored 1,598 in single-core and 15,468 in multi-core in the first benchmark results. However, when we look at the current benchmarks, we see that it scores between 1710 and 1725 in single-core and between 15,676 and 17.69 in multi-core. But even at their best, they fall short of Intel’s new mid-range chip.

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