Intel Core i9-13900K appeared in Geekbench
The Intel Core i9-13900K recently appeared on the Geekbench database, which is also the first time it was discovered. From the screenshots, it can be seen that the platform used by this 13900K is the ASUS ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme. ASUS also recently announced that the Z690 will have a new BIOS to support Raptor Lake 13th-generation processors.
The exposed data shows that the basic clock of the Intel Core i9-13900K is 3.0GHz and the turbo clock is 5.5GHz, which is the same as the functional sample clock of the ES3 version previously exposed.
Another screenshot shows the processor peaking at 5.7GHz.
In addition, the Core i9-13900K’s running score on Geekbench 5 has a single-core score of 2133 and a multi-core score of 23701, which is 7% faster than the Core i9-12900K single-core and 37% faster than the multi-core. However, the number of cores is not equal. The 13900K is 24C32T (8P+16E), while the 12900K is 16C24T (8P+8E). The number of E-cores in the former is doubled.
Intel is expected to launch the 13th-generation Raptor Lake desktop CPU in October, and the first release may only have the K version.