to report wccftech, Intel has recently introduced its new 13th generation T series chips, one of which is the Core i9-13900T with a TDP of 35. The new chip has been benchmarked in Geekbench 5 and it shows impressive performance considering its limited budget. The important point in this benchmark is that the Intel Core i9-13900T processor with a power of 35 watts of Intel’s 13th generation was able to pass even the 125 watts Core i9-12900K processor in the Geekbench 5 benchmark.
- Intel introduced the 13th generation of HX/H/P/U laptop processors
Intel Core i9-13900T with very limited TDP but great performance
In terms of specifications, the Intel Core i9-13900T is a variant of the Core i9-13900 series that comes with a limited TDP design. While the standard chips have 125W TDP unlocked and 65W TDP in non-K series products, the T series chips are limited to only 35W TDP. The Unlocked processor is rated at up to 253W, the Non-K at 219W, while the T-series chip is finally rated at 106W, less than half the power of its higher-end siblings.
The Intel Core i9-13900T processor has the same core configuration with 24 cores consisting of 8 P cores and 16 E cores with 32 threads, 1.10 GHz base clock, boost up to 5.30 GHz and 68 MB cache consisting of (L2+L3) has kept in itself. This CPU also comes with a slightly lower price tag of $549.00. Now the Core i9-13900T processor has been tested in the Geekbench 5 benchmark using ASUS TUF Gaming B660M-PLUS WIFI motherboard with 64GB of DDR5 memory.
This processor scored 2178 points in single-core tests and 17339 points in multi-core tests. Here, the Intel Core i9-12900K CPU is used for comparison, which scores 1901 points in single-core tests and 17272 points in multi-core tests. Therefore, you can clearly see the superiority of the Intel Core i9-13900T processor up to 15% faster in single-core tests and a little faster in multi-threaded tests, considering that the Core i9-12900K has a base TDP of 125 watts (3.58 times) and a maximum TDP of 241 watts, this advantage is much more impressive than it seems at first glance.
Intel’s 10nm ESF process node is the secret of this superiority
These scores reflect the incredible performance of Intel’s 10nm ESF process node and new hybrid architecture packages, and we’ll soon see similar results in the mobile lineup, especially the 13th-gen HX components that are featured in premium gaming laptops. On the other hand, AMD introduced its new 65-watt Ryzen 7000 Non-X processors, which, with the Zen 4 core architecture, have demonstrated remarkable efficiency feats by themselves. In the end, all this will promise good days for the laptop sector.
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