Razer Blade 18 with Core i9-13900HX processor appears on Geekbench

According to the latest news from Geekbench and Twitter user @BenchLeaks, Razer is testing a new gaming notebook with a Core i9-13900HX processor.
The model of this notebook is Razer Blade 18 – RZ09-0484. From the naming point of view, the screen is 18 inches. It belongs to the Blade series. This series is positioned in the high-end market and focuses on thinness and performance. In terms of specifications, the number of cores of the Core i9-13900HX is on par with the desktop i9-13900K of this generation, both of which are designed with 8 large cores and 16 small cores. It’s no wonder that Razer stuffed this processor into an 18-inch body. After all, the larger the body, the larger the heat dissipation scale can be designed, which is more conducive to performance.

Judging from the Geekbench 5 running points, the single-core is 2063 points, and the multi-core is 20164 points. Compared with the i9-12950HX, the top 12-generation mobile terminal, with a single-core score of 1861 and a multi-core score of 13711, the single-core score has increased by 10.9%. Thanks to the doubled small-core scale compared with the 12950HX, the multi-core score has increased by 40%. But compared with the desktop-level 13900K’s 2133 points and 23701 points, the single-core is 3% behind, and the multi-core is 17% behind. This is also very understandable, after all, there is still a big gap between the cooling scale of notebooks and desktops.

From the leaks, the maximum acceleration frequency of the big core can reach 5.4Ghz. Compared with the 5Ghz of the previous generation i9-12950HX, the boost frequency is 0.4Ghz, and the frequency increase is roughly 10%.