In recent years, Intel's single-core performance has been very strong, the Zen3 Ryzen 5000 series just caught up with the 11th generation core, the new architecture of the 12th generation, 13th generation core is running fast, the Zen4 Ryzen 7000 series is also unable to catch up.
The latest flagship I9-13900K, in addition to adding eight smaller cores to reach 24 cores, also achieves a whopping 5.8ghz acceleration rate, 300MHz higher than that of the I9-12900KS.
PassMark has recorded four test scores for the I9-13900K, with a single-core average of 4833, 9.5% ahead of the I9-12900KS, again setting a new record.
I7-13700 (without K) is also very fierce, the single core ran 4347 points, second only to I9-12900KS, has exceeded I9-12900K /KF, I7-13700K will be more fierce.
In addition, the I5-13500 also exceeded 4000 points, which is basically the same grade as the I7-12700K /KF.
Ryzen 7000 series also has high frequency. The Ryzen 9 7950X can accelerate to 5.7ghz by default and 5.85ghz in the extreme case. However, the single-core performance is still not lower than that of the 13th-generation core.
In terms of multi-core performance, the I9-13900K scored 54,433 points, about 18.7% better than the 16-core Ryzen 9 5950XIt's up to the Ryzen 9 7950X to turn things around.