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Benchmark Score of Intel Core i9-13900KF is astonishing

Benchmark Score of Intel Core i9-13900KF is astonishing
Benchmark Score of Intel Core i9-13900KF is astonishing
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New information continues to come from the 13th generation processors produced by Intel with the code name Raptor Lake . The benchmark tests of the Intel i9-13900KF processor , produced for high-end computers, have been announced. According to the news that fell like a bomb in the technology community , the document called Qualification Sample of the 13th generation i9 processor  was leaked.

Compared to the i9-12900KF , which achieved  incredible results especially with liquid cooler and overclocking, the new generation 13th generation processor reached a magnificent speed.

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Benchmark Score of Intel Core i9-13900KF is astonishing

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Intel i9-13900KF Will Have 6.1 GHz Speed!

Compared to the Intel i9-12900KF, which is among the most powerful processors on the market, the Raptor Lake processor has reached a tremendous speed of 6.1 GHz during the tests. In the tests to see the liquid cooling performance, the new processor performed well in terms of heating.

Later, the i9-13900KF, which was put into the Cinebench benchmark test, increased a big difference from the previous generation. The Intel i9-12900KF was able to achieve 26,939 points in the multi-core tests, while the overclocked and liquid-cooled Intel i9-13900KF scored 42,790 . Examining the effect of liquid cooling systems on the processor, Intel engineers found that liquid cooling received 5000 points more than air cooling . In addition, in CPU-Z tests, the 13th generation i9 processor showed a 72% increase in performance compared to the previous generation.

The metrics in the Qualification Sample contain information on determining the limits of the processor before it reaches the user. For the most part, there is no big difference between this report and the final version of the processor. However, it is worth noting that the tests may not represent the final version of the processor, as they are leaked information that is not verified by the company.

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