Intel’s 13th generation Raptor Lake laptop processors started shipping yesterday, but many benchmark platforms have not yet officially added these processors to their lineups. There is still no news of these processors on the Geekbench and CPU-z lists as the most important lists. But it seems that PassMark lists these processors and the Core i9 13980HX processor now It is at the top of the table.
Core i9 13980HX processor in PassMark
PassMark is certainly not the most important and authoritative CPU benchmark, but it is currently the only one that lists Raptor Lake-HX processors. Two 24-core processors of this family are listed, the 55-watt processors being the flagship of the series.
The Core i9 13980HX scored 54,483 in PassMark, followed by the Core i9 13900HX with a score of 51,739. After this processor and in the third place, the AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX processor is placed, which is a 55-watt processor from the Dragon Range Zen 4 family. The R9 7845HX was the fastest processor on the list when it hit the charts, and has now been replaced by the Blue Team flagships:
- Intel Core i9-13980HX: 4566 ST (114.0%), 54483 MT (116%)
- Intel Core i9-13980HX: 4375 ST (109.3%), 51739 MT (111%)
- AMD Ryzen 9 7845HX: 4003 ST (100.0%), 46791 MT (100%)
- Intel Core i9-12900HX: 3986 ST (99.6%), 35730 MT (76%)
Comparing the numbers and results shows that the Raptor Lakr-HX processors are 9-14% faster than the Dragon Range Zen 4 processors in single-core processing, and their performance is still close to the Alder Lake-HX processors. In multi-core processing, the story is completely different and thanks to the 24 cores of the Core i9 processors (compared to the 12 cores of the R9 7845HX processor), we see a difference of 11 to 16 percent in performance. Of course, the Ryzen 9 7845HX isn’t AMD’s flagship processor – the red team is also working on the 16-core Ryzen 9 7945HX, which will narrow the gap even further.
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