Simply yesterday, on bilibili leaks got here up relating to the gaming efficiency of the i7 and i5 Okay-SKUs from Raptor Lake. Just a few hours in the past, the i7-13700K was allegedly examined in an overclocked specification with clock frequencies as excessive as 6.0GHz permitting the i7 to harness the complete energy of Raptor Lake.
Two assessments have been performed, one with the environment friendly cores enabled and the opposite with the environment friendly cores disabled.
Within the first take a look at, all efficiency cores have been working at 6.0GHz and the hybrid mode was disabled (Environment friendly cores have been disabled). To our shock, the CPU scored an enormous 983 factors almost edging the 1000 barrier. That is greater than another earlier CPU examined. The multi core efficiency will after all not be as intriguing because of no Gracemont cores, at simply 7814.7 factors.
The motherboard used is the MSI MEG Z690, the place the CPU voltage goes to 1.421V. These relating to the temperatures can be dissatisfied as a result of these have been post-testing footage, so sadly the temperatures are close to idle.
The opposite take a look at had the environment friendly cores turned on which means all 16 cores (8p+8e) have been utilized. The efficiency cores have been clocked at 5.8GHz whereas the environment friendly cores have been at 3.7GHz. The CPU scores an enormous 947 factors within the single core take a look at. The multi core efficiency jumps as much as 12896 factors.
The ASUS ROG STRIX Z690-A motherboard was used for this benchmark and the voltage goes as excessive as 1.501V. But once more, the temperatures are post-test so they’re within the close to idle vary.
esperonlaie over at Twitter shared a video which options the identical benchmark however this time we get a clearer view. The CPU runs at 86*C at 1.445V. Curiously, this time the i7 was working the Cinebench stress take a look at so this can be the third benchmark.
— esperonslaie (@esperonslaie) July 31, 2022
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