Cinebench R23 results for Intel 13th Gen Core 65W series



According to test results shared by chi11eddog, an Intel CPU update will significantly improve the performance of the 65W desktop line-up. Internal data from an unnamed motherboard manufacturer who tested each of the existing 12th Gen Core and soon-to-be-released 13th Gen CPUs side by side is included in the leak.

It’s worth noting that all CPUs were tested on the same motherboard with the same memory configuration, but it’s unclear which model was used or whether DDR5 or DDR4 technology was used.

Because processors were only tested in one benchmark, the results are unlikely to translate into raw gaming performance. However, the Cinebench test, particularly the newer R23 release, is now the preferred CPU comparison tool.

Intel 13th Gen Core Cinebench R23 (single-core), Source: chi11eddog

According to these findings, the Core i9-13900 is up to 10% faster in single-core tests and 53% faster in multi-core tests than its predecessor. The newer model has a 500 MHz faster boost clock, but it also has 8 more Efficient cores, which explains why multi-core performance has increased so much.

Intel 13th Gen Core Cinebench R23 (multi-core), Source: chi11eddog


Other CPU models see a 3% to 6% increase in single-core performance and a 28% to 64% increase in multi-core performance. The biggest jump is seen on the i5-13500 non-K CPU, which sees up to 64% higher performance boost but the lowest single-core gains.

All of these CPUs have a default TDP of 65W and are compatible with current and future LGA1700 motherboards. Furthermore, they support DDR4 and DDR5 memory, which Ryzen 7000 CPUs do not.

All five CPUs will be available on January 3rd, along with Intel’s new B760 motherboards. This Intel CPU lineup will put a lot of pressure on AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series, which is expected to get an update around the same time.


Source: chi11eddog

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