Three 13th-generation Core non-K processors appears on Geekbench

Both Intel and AMD will launch a new generation of processors this year. On AMD’s side, since the Ryzen 7000 processor must be used with the new AM5 platform, there are still relatively few tests on their side. However, since the 13th-generation Core uses the LGA 1700 platform on Intel’s side, it can directly use the existing motherboard to light up the new processor, and there are a lot of benchmark results. Recently, a user found three non-K 13th-generation Core processors in the tested database, namely Core i9-13900, Core i5-13500, and Core i5-13400.

The Core i9-13900 was found on Geekbench. It has 8 P-Cores and 16 E-Cores, with a total of 24 cores and 32 threads. Compared with the 125W K series processor, the TDP of the non-K processor is only 65W, but now the motherboard basically unlocks the power consumption limit by default. So this TDP is basically for the OEM factory. The software detects that its base clock is 2GHz, and its boost clock is 5.3GHz, while another test result shows that its maximum boost clock is 5.6GHz. The Geekbench score of this processor is 2130 for single thread and 20131 for multi-threading. Compared with Core i9-12900K, the single-thread performance is improved by 10%, and the multi-thread performance is improved by as much as 17%.

On Passmark, a user found Core i5-13500 and Core i5-13400, they are both 6 P-Cores and 4 E-Cores. The specifications are close to the current Core i5-12600K, of which the base clock of the Core i5-13500 is 2.5GHz, and the boost clock is 4.5GHz. The base clock of the Core i5-13400 is also 2.5GHz, but the boost clock is 4.1GHz, and the gap is quite large.