Intel intends to continue its rise in the 12th generation Alder Lake family with the 13th generation Raptor Lake series. The performance of the Intel Core i9-13900 processor also proves it. The performance of the curious Intel Core i9-13900 was seen on Geekbench.
The Intel Core i9-13900 is quite ambitious with its performance
Unlike the 13900K, the Intel Core i9-13900 is expected to have 65W of power and limited power management. On the other hand, the core configuration of these two processors will be the same. Both processors come with 8 P-cores and 16 E-cores.
The i9-13900 appears to hit a power-capped 5.60GHz clock speed. For comparison, on the i9-13900K this value was measured as 5.80 GHz. On the other hand, with 5.4 GHz on the i7-13700K, the i9-13900 proves to be in a higher class.
Tested in Geekbench 5.4.5, the i9-13900 scored 2130 points in the single-core test and 20131 points in the multi-core test. The i9-13900 appears to be 10 percent faster than the i9-12900K in a single-core test and 17 percent faster in a multi-core test.
The higher IPC and higher overclock of the “Raptor Cove” P core can be cited as the reason for the single core benchmark performance increase. In multi-core tests, the addition of 1 E-core along with the higher IPC makes the 13900 stand out.
With new discoveries from AMD and Intel, the processor race seems to be heating up. This race between AMD and Intel will benefit consumers. So, what do you think of the Intel Core i9-13900’s Geekbench performance? You can share your opinion with us in the comment section.