According to chi11eddog on Twitter, leaked benchmarks for Intel 13th gen Raptor Lake non-K CPUs show a massive leap in performance over their 12th gen predecessors, which consolidates what we have seen before in previous leaks.
The previous leaked benchmarks showed only results for the Core i5-13500ES and Core i5-13400ES, but this time the leaked benchmarks show results for the Core i9-13900, Core i7-13700, and Core i5-13600 as well. These processors were benchmarked using Cinebench R23 single and multi-core render test, however, there was no mention of the testbed configuration.
In terms of single-core performance, the 13th gen shows a modest yet expected increase in performance over the 12th gen processors, with the Core i9-13900 showing the biggest improvement being 10% faster than the Core i9-12900.
When it comes to the multi-core test though, this is where the 13th gen really shines, courtesy of having additional efficiency cores compared to the previous 12th gen, with the Core i5-13500 showing the biggest overall jump in performance being a whopping 64% faster than the predecessor Core i5-12500.
The leaked benchmarks does not make any mentions or specify whether the tested CPUs were engineering samples or the finalized retail product. The non-K CPUs have a lower default TDP of 65W compared to their K counterparts, and are launching on January 3rd, alongside the new mid-range B760 motherboards.
|Model||Stepping / Silicon||Core Configuration||Base Clock||L3 Cache||TDP|
|Core I9-13900/F||Raptor Lake B0||8P+16E/32T||2.00GHz||36MB||65W|
|Core I7-13700/F||Raptor Lake B0||8P+8E/24T||2.10GHz||30MB||65W|
|Core I5-13600||Alder Lake C0||6P+8E/20T||2.70GHz||24MB||65W|
|Core I5-13500||Alder Lake C0||6P+8E/20T||2.50GHz||24MB||65W|
|Core I5-13400/F||RPL B0/ADL C0||6P+4E/16T||2.50GHz||20MB||65W|
|Core I3-13100/F||Alder Lake H0||4P+0E/8T||3.40GHz||12MB||60W/58W|