Intel set to start selling its 13th Gen Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors on October 20th, but Hungarian enthusiasts are pushing the 24-core Core i9-13900KF a week ahead of its global launch date. We were able to procure it.
as discovered by video cards,member Overclock.net A forum named Jeges got his hands on an Intel Core i9-13900KF (a 24 core CPU with multipliers unlocked and integrated GPU disabled) on Oct 11 and has been playing around with this part ever since. I’m in. Jeges posted an image of the processor’s retail packaging. Either way, this means Intel is already shipping its next-generation CPUs to resellers and retailers in preparation for their imminent release.
|launch price||Core | Thread||P-Core Base/All Core Boost/Max lBoost||E-Core Base/Boost||TDP/PBP/MTP||memory||L2+L3 cache|
|Core i9-13900KS||?||8P+16E | 24 cores/32 threads||? / ? / 6.0GHz||?||?||DDR4-3200 / DDR5-5600||68MB|
|Core i9-13900K/KF||$589/$564||8P+16E | 24 cores/32 threads||3.0/?/5.8GHz||2.2/4.3GHz||125W/253W||DDR4-3200 / DDR5-5600||68MB|
|Ryzen 9 7950X||$699||16 cores/32 threads||4.5/5.7GHz||–||170W/230W||DDR5-5200||80MB|
|Core i9-12900KS||$739||8P+8E | 16 cores/24 threads||3.4/5.2/5.5GHz||2.5/4.0GHz||150W/241W||DDR4-3200 / DDR5-4800||44MB|
|Core i9-12900K/KF||$589/$564||8P+8E | 16 cores/24 threads||3.2/5.1/5.2GHz||2.4/3.9GHz||125W/241W||DDR4-3200 / DDR5-4800||44MB|
Jeges does not appear to be a journalist or analyst under an NDA (non-disclosure agreement), so I can share my benchmark results, but with the exception of a screenshot of an unfinished 10-minute Cinebench R23 benchmark, this part Didn’t share hard performance numbers on . A score of 40,255 points.
image 1 of 2
Jeges’ Core i9-13900KF processor has a peak all-core frequency of 5.50 GHz with a CPU package power of 292W when running on MSI’s Z690 Unify-X motherboard cooled using Arctic’s LiquidFreezer II 360 all. , is assumed to be up to 85 degrees Celsius. -In-one cooler. The CPU could also reach turbo clocks of 5.70 GHz to 5.80 GHz, which is in line with the specs of the leaked part. Meanwhile, enthusiasts bumped Intel’s load line calibration by +25 mV for better stability.
With only a week left before the official launch, there isn’t much time left to wait for official benchmarks to appear.