Intel Core i9-13900KS Cinebench R23 benchmark leaked

In fact, the Core i9-13900KS benchmark score has been leaked on Geekbench a few days ago, but this software is not very reliable for running x86 processors, and now the Cinebench R23 benchmark of this processor has also flowed out.

The one who leaked the running score of Core i9-13900KS is actually @g01d3nm4ng0 who leaked the running score of the 13th generation Core non-K processor a few days ago. The single-thread score of this processor in Cinebench R23 is 2366, and the multi-thread score is 40998. Compared with Core i9-13900K, the single-thread performance has increased by 5%, and the multi-thread score has increased by 3%. The main reason is that the Core i9-13900KS actually only increases the frequency of the P-Core, while the frequency of the E-Core has not changed at all, but if you want to improve multi-thread performance, the effect of increasing the frequency of the E-Core will actually be much better.

Core i9-13900KS has 8 P-Cores and 16 E-Cores like Core i9-13900K. The basic frequency of P-Core has been increased from 3.0GHz to 3.2GHz, the maximum frequency has been increased from 5.8GHz to 6GHz, the PL1 of the processor has been increased from 125W to 150W, and the PL2 has remained unchanged at 253W.

According to the latest news, Core i9-13900KS will be launched on January 12, 2023. In fact, many sources have mentioned this point in time before. In terms of the selling price, a retailer in Canada previously leaked the price, which is 22% higher than Core i9-13900K, but since there is only one source, the price may not be accurate.