The 13th generation Core appears in the Blender Benchmark Opendata

When AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series processors were first released, everyone compared the 12th-generation Core processors, but of course, this was because the ban on the 13th-generation Core had not been lifted at that time. In fact, everyone knows that the real opponent of the Ryzen 7000 is the 13th generation Core. Now, the test data of three 13th-generation Core processors can be found in the Blender Benchmark Opendata database, which can be directly compared with the Ryzen 7000 processor in the database.
These test results are found by @9550pro. It is a good test tool for verifying CPU multi-threading. Blender itself is a popular content creation tool for 3D rendering, video editing, modeling, animation VFX, etc.

From the test results, the Core i9-13900K scored 557.66, which is lower than the Ryzen 9 7950X’s 607.53, while the Core i7-13700K scored 429.7, which is also below the Ryzen 9 7900X’s 462.39. It’s just that the software version used by the Core i7-13700K is 3.2.1. In theory, it will be more efficient to replace it with the latest 3.3.0. The Core i5-13600K’s score of 358.18 is higher than the Ryzen 7 7700X’s 305.51 and the Ryzen 5 7600X’s 234.65.
Obviously, the dual-CCD Zen 4 processor is completely true in the face of Raptor Lake with a hybrid architecture. Under the same thread, the Ryzen 7000 performs better when the CPU is overloaded. It also makes sense why the Core i9-13900K is priced $50 less than the Ryzen 9 7950X, and the Core i7-13700K is $100 cheaper than the Ryzen 9 7900X.

However, when the Core i5-13600K is facing the Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X with only a single CCD, the number of cores and threads is dominant. At this time, the multi-threaded performance can easily defeat the opponent.