Intel Core i9-13900KS appeared on Geekbench

As the flagship product of Intel, the Core i9-13900K processor has excellent performance for all to see. Earlier, it was revealed that Intel will launch a more powerful Raptor Lake-S architecture i9-13900KS in the first half of 2023. Recently, the benchmark data of Core i9-13900KS has appeared on Geekbench. Compared with the previous generation Core i9-12900KS, its single-core is 10% faster and its multi-core is 39% faster.

As can be seen from the Geekbench database, the Core i9-13900KS test platform uses the ASUS ROG Maximus Hero motherboard with a frequency of 7200MHz and 32GB of memory. The single-core benchmark score of the i9-13900KS is 2314, and the multi-core benchmark score is 26619. In contrast, the single-core benchmark score of the i9-12900KS is 2081, and the multi-core benchmark score is 19075.  i9-13900KS is about 10% higher than i9-12900KS in single-core performance, and about 39% higher in multi-core performance.

Like the i9-13900K of the same generation, the i9-13900KS uses the LGA1700 socket, 24 cores, and 32 threads, including 8 P cores and 16E cores, and will be the first retail x86 processor to reach 6GHz. Since the release of the 13th generation Core K series CPU, there have been rumors about it. With the outflow of its benchmark result and the Intel desktop processor roadmap shared by Twitter user @9550pro, the existence of the i9-13900KS has been basically confirmed, and Intel may officially announce the i9-13900KS at the CES 2023 show and is expected to be launched in the first quarter.