Today, some users found the running score of the Intel i9-13900 processor on Geekbench, with a single-core score of 2130 and a multi-core score of 20131.
For comparison, the i9-12900K’s single-core benchmark score is 1936 points, and the multi-core benchmark score is 17272 points; the single-core score is 10% off, and the multi-core score gap is 17%.
Non-K model i9-13900 running points appeared on Geekbench: 17% faster than Intel i9-12900K
The left is the single-core score comparison, the right is the multi-core score comparison.
From the perspective of hardware specifications, the i9-13900 is the same as the released i9-13900K, both of which are constructed with 24 cores and 32 threads of 8 large cores + 16 small cores, and the total cache is 68MB.
However, due to the power limitations of the non-K models, the i9-13900 has a base clock frequency of 2.0GHz and a maximum turbo frequency of 5.6GHz, compared to the i9-13900K with a base clock frequency of 3.0GHz and a turbo frequency of 5.8GHz.
Of course, although there is a certain gap compared with the i9-13900K, the i9-13900 still has certain advantages compared to the i9-12900K.