In addition, compared with the 12th-generation Alder Lake Core i9-12900K designed with 8P+8E (16C / 24T) (without considering the overclocked 12900KS), the R9-7950X also has a lead of more than 60%.
Perhaps realizing that the 12900K is at a disadvantage in the number of threads, the 13900K to be launched next month will bring new options of 24C / 32T to desktop PCs through more small cores (E-cores).
However, from the latestGeekbenchAccording to the benchmark data, the actual performance of the two flagship desktop processors, the R7-7950X and i9-13900K, obviously cannot open the gap that is too exaggerated.
As shown in the picture above, the single-thread scores of both CPUs are around 2200 points. In terms of multi-threaded performance, evenAMDThere is a slight edge, but both have scores above 24,000.
Screenshot (Credit: Sebastian Castellanos/Twitter)
Of course, this is not the only i9-13900K running score included in the Geekbench benchmark database, and even more than 26000 scores have been seen before.
However, since the CPU’s 8 large cores (P-cores) frequency is as high as 5.7-5.8 GHz, the Intel platform may have the 350W extreme performance mode enabled during the test.