In addition, Intel’s Core i7-13790F CPU has been benchmarked as the 13th Gen “Black Edition” chips, which were only available in China, are now on the market there.
The Intel Core i5-13490F has the same core configuration as the Core i5-13400F, consisting of 6 P-cores and 4 E-cores for a total of 12 cores and 16 threads. The 13490F sports a 4.8 GHz boost clock in addition to more cache, so the clock speeds are where the changes first appear. The CPU has 9.5 MB of L2 cache and 24 MB of L3 cache available. Only 20 MB of L3 and 9.5 MB of L2 cache are available in the 13400F. That is about 4% faster clocks and 20% more cache.
The more expensive Intel Core i7-13790F has an 8 P-Core + 8 E-Core combination with 16 cores and 24 threads. It has a clock speed of up to 5.2 GHz and 33 MB of L3 cache. The Core i7-13700F has the same boost clock as that processor, but it has a 3 MB larger cache. @wxnod benchmarked the CPU in CPU-z, and the chip achieved scores of 836 in the single-core test and 12139.8 in the multi-core test.
The Intel “Raptor Lake” Core i5-13490F is priced at 1599 RMB which converts to $235 US while the Core i7-13790F is priced at 2999 RMB which converts to $442 US. These are higher prices but once again, we expect them to come down in the coming months as supply gets better.
Source: VideoCardz, JD.com