Intel Core i7-13700K spotted on Geekbench

Intel’s Raptor Lake is an optimized version of Alder Lake, built on the same Intel 7 process, with similar P-Core and E-Core designs, and will be released this year. Following the exposure of the Core i9-13900K and the Core i5-13600K, the Intel Core i7-13700K also appeared in the Geekbench 5 database.

Intel Core i7-13700K is equipped with 16 cores and 24 threads, equipped with 8 performance cores (Performance Core) and 8 energy efficiency cores (Efficient Core). The former will be changed from the Golden Cove architecture to the Raptor Cove architecture, while the latter will follow the current Gracemont architecture. In addition, the Core i7-13700K has 30MB of L3 cache and 12MB of L2 cache, with a base frequency of 3.4GHz and a turbo frequency of 5.3GHz.

The test uses an ASRock Z690 Steel Legend motherboard with 32GB of DDR4-3600 memory. The results showed that the Core i7-13700K scored 2090 in the single-core benchmark and 16542 in the multi-core benchmark. Compared with the previous Core i5-13600K with DDR4 memory (single-core 1980 points/multi-core 14425 points), the single-core benchmark score is about 5.5% higher, and the multi-core benchmark score is about 14.7% higher. The Core i7-13700K’s multi-core benchmark scores are also about 17% higher than the current Core i7-12700K, and it undoubtedly beats AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5950X.