Intel Core i5-13500 14-core CPU examined forward of launch
Intel’s new thirteenth Gen Core CPUs are really easy to acquire that they’re actually sitting on cabinets in Asian shops as we communicate. Fortunately for us, greater than per week earlier than formal launch, a recognized overclocker from JagatOC crew Alva “Lucky_n00b” Jonathan has been in a position to purchase one himself. This offers first-hand info on probably the most fascinating Intel desktop CPUs for this technology.
As a reminder, the Core i5-13500 is a 14-core CPU with 6 Efficiency and eight Environment friendly cores. That’s one of many largest jumps in comparison with twelfth Gen collection, because the predecessor had no Environment friendly cores in any respect. What’s intriguing is that Alva seemingly confirms that this i5-13500 is perhaps utilizing Alder Lake C0 die.
The Core i5-13500 is a part of the brand new 65W TDP collection. This energy degree applies to PL1 (Energy Restrict 1) or Processor Base Energy as Intel calls it now. Nevertheless, the CPU additionally helps PL2 or MTP (Max Turbo Energy) of 154W which may really be compelled in motherboard BIOS. A lot of present and upcoming Intel motherboards will provide an possibility to extend the interval for the CPU to remain boosted with most energy, successfully placing the CPU into a better efficiency state for a protracted time.
In response to Alva, this CPU good points massively from operating in max energy mode, with a distinction of 1.5 GHz for all cores operating concurrently throughout heavy workloads corresponding to Cinebench. With default 65W TDP the max all-core enhance is 2.9 to three.0 GHz, however with TDP unlocked it goes as much as 4.5 GHz with all cores. This, after all, applies to Efficiency cores, however Environment friendly cores acquire greater frequency as effectively, from 2.9 GHz to three.5 GHz, as per report.
It’s stated that the CPU operating at 4.5 GHz all-core mode virtually reaches a multi-core efficiency of Core i7-12700K processor, whereas in 65W mode it virtually matches i5-12600K (each examined in Cinebench R23). Nevertheless, unlocked energy mode implies that inventory cooler is inadequate and never really helpful utilizing on this mode.
Alva didn’t have time for a full evaluate but, however listed below are his notes from the transient testing:
Fast Pretest Core i5-13500 notes:
- Run on MSI PRO Z690-A DDR4 (1.90 BIOS), and GSkill TridentZ RGB DDR4-3600 2x16GB
- Judging from the L2 Cache, looks like an Alder Lake C0 die with 2 much less P-Core?
- Default detected energy config is 65W PL1/154W PL2
- Rising PL1 from default 65W to Max/Limitless mode will give huge clock enhance
- Max Clock 1-Core 4.8Ghz (P-Core)
- Sustained All-core Clock on default 65W Mode 2.9-3Ghz P-Core, 2.9Ghz E-Core
- Sustained All-core Clock on Max/limitless PL1 4.5Ghz P-Core, 3.5Ghz E-Core
- Default 65W Mode is perhaps possible for Inventory Heatsink (Temp is perhaps greater only for the preliminary Burst to 130W ish)
- Limitless/Max PL1 Energy IS NOT RECOMMENDED for Inventory Heatsink (will simply hit TjMax)
- 65W Multi-Core Efficiency virtually match an i5-12600K on Cinebench R23
- Max/Limitless Energy Multi-Core Efficiency barely beneath i7-12700K!
- Single-Core near i5-12600K.
- Fairly First rate total efficiency
- Is likely to be run on low-cost/worth H610 board, however PLEASE ensure that energy is 65W, not maxxed out
- Beneficial to pair with midrange B660 and First rate 120mm Tower HSF (like Thermalright TA120 EX or ID-Cooling SE-224XT), max out all energy restrict on the board to get optimum multi-core efficiency. Now I’m unsure if i5-13600K is my finest CPU of the 12 months, this i5-13500 CPU might need higher multi-core performance-per-dollar 😃
— Alva “Lucky_n00b” Jonathan
Alva claims that he purchased the processor for as little as $270 (after conversion). He additionally confirms that the CPU has a max 1-core enhance of 4.8 GHz, so we will now replace the chart beneath with new knowledge.
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Supply: Alva “Lucky_n00b” Jonathan