A variety of 13th generation non-K performance leaked
Intel’s 13th-generation non-K processors will be released at CES 2023 next year. The running score of the latest 13th-generation Core non-K processor was leaked by @g01d3nm4ng0, and only Cinebench R23 was tested, and the corresponding model of the 12th-generation Core processor was put on the side for comparison. A total of five processors, Core i9-13900, Core i7-13700, Core i5-13600, Core i5-13500, and Core i5-13400, were tested.
In the single-thread test, the best Core i9-13900 is 10% higher than the previous generation Core i9-12900, and the single-thread performance improvement of several other processors is within 6%, and the single-thread performance increase is relatively low.
But the increase in multi-threaded tests is obvious, because these processors have at least 4 more E-Cores, and more will have 8 E-Cores, and the frequency of E-Cores is obviously higher than that of the 12th generation Core. Therefore, the multi-thread performance has been improved by at least 28%, and the highest is as much as 64%. The increase of E-Core is very obvious for multi-thread performance.