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.

Intel is expected to launch these 13th-generation non-K processors and the corresponding B760 motherboards on January 3rd. The arrival of these new products will put a lot of pressure on AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processor, and from the perspective of cost, the construction cost of the 13th generation Core processor that supports both DDR5 and DDR4 memory will be much lower.