The benchmark run test of Intel's 11th generation rocket Lake desktop CPU has been exposed. At present, core i9, Core i7 and core i5 SKUs have appeared in geekbench run database. From the benchmark test results, rocket lake has a significant improvement in the single core compared with the previous generation.
Currently, there are seven 11th generation rocket Lake CPUs that have appeared in geekbench sub database, including core i9-11900k, core i9-11900kf, core i7-11700k, core i7-11700, core i5-11600k, core i5-11500 and core i5-11400. All CPUs are tested on 400 or 500 Series motherboards.
On the Intel Core i7 series, the core i7-11700k has a single core score of 1810 and a multi-core score of 11304. However, this result is achieved in the case of overclocking to 5.0 GHz, which is why it can slightly outperform the core i9-11900k CPU. For core i7-11700, the highest score of CPU is 1718 in single core test and 9442 in multi-core test.
Take another look at the core i5 series. The core i5-11600k scored 1622 points in the single core test and 7013 points in the multi-core test. However, the test platform uses ddr4-2133mhz memory, which undoubtedly shows that the 11th generation rocket Lake CPU has the potential to further improve its performance. The highest score of core i5-11500 is 1538 in single core test and 7434 in multi-core test. Finally, the core i5-11400 has a maximum score of 1500 in the single core test and 6664 in the multi-core test.