Core i9-13900KS Special Edition Appears Barely Faster Than 13900K In Cinebench.
A Twitter post by @g01d3nm4ng0 has revealed benchmark results of Intel’s upcoming souped-up 6GHz Raptor Lake Core i9-13900KS in Cinebench R23 and compared it to several other CPUs, including the vanilla i9-13900K.
Unfortunately, the KS model is barely any faster than its less-expensive counterpart, scoring just 5.4% higher in the single-threaded benchmark and 3.2% higher in the multi-threaded test.
Before we continue, please remember to take these Cinebench results lightly.
The benchmark data shown is not official and could vary from what we’ll see with the final product.
The Core i9-13900KS is an upcoming special edition processor that will succeed the previous generation i9-12900KS and be capable of 6GHz boost clocks.
The chip has not been officially announced, but Intel has already teased its existence during the Intel Technology Tour earlier this year, where it announced that the Raptor Lake architecture could hit 6GHz on a single core at stock speeds.
Foreign [Music] Core I9 to 13900 KS special edition Appears barely faster than 13900k in cinebench a Twitter post by at G01d3nm4ng0 has revealed Benchmark Results of Intel's upcoming souped-up 6 GHC Raptor Lake core I9 to 13900 ks in Cinebench R23 and compared it to several Other CPUs including the vanilla I9 to 13900k unfortunately the Kansas model is Barely any faster than its less Expensive counterpart scoring just 5.4 Percent higher in the single threaded Benchmark and 3.2 percent higher in the Multi-threaded test before we continue Please remember to take these cinebench Results lightly The Benchmark data shown Is not official and could vary from what We'll see with the final product the Core I9 to 13900 KS is an upcoming Special edition processor that will Succeed the previous generation I9 to 12900 KS and be capable of six GHC boost Clocks the chip has not been officially Announced but Intel has already teased Its existence during the Intel Technology tour earlier this year where It announced that the Raptor Lake Architecture could hit 6 GHC on a single Core at stock speeds to stay up to date With latest top stories make sure to Subscribe to this YouTube channel by Clicking the button above this video
During the conference we didn't know the Final specifications of Intel's vanilla Core I9 to 13900k so nobody knew if intel would Release a 13900k with 6 GHC boost clocks or Reserve it for a future Kansas version Instead however now that we know the 13900k hits a maximum boost frequency of 5.8 GHC with TVB we know for certain Intel will make a Kansas model that will Achieve 6 GHC this is backed up by Several other leaks showing the 13900 KS Running other benchmarks including Jeep Bench so we know it is coming soon sadly It appears the 13900 KS has inherited The same weaknesses as its 12 900 KS Predecessor with an underwhelming Performance improvement over the 13900k For example in cinebench R23 the 13900ks scored 2366 points in the single Threaded test and 40 998 and the Multi-threaded test while the vanilla 13900k scored 2243 and 39689 in the same tests combined both Scores account for a 3.5 difference in Performance this abysmal difference will Be compounded if intel uses the same Pricing strategy on the 13900 KS as it Did on the 12900 KS pricing it at 160 Over the vanilla part this will make the 13900 KS an absolutely terrible value For any buyer but the Kansas has never Been about value it's also been about
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