Recently, three new entries from the test of Intel’s 13th generation flagship processor, the Core i9 13900KS processor, have been published publicly on the Geekbench database. This processor is supposed to be the first processor in the world that comes with a factory frequency of 6 GHz, and the publication of these results gives us an overview of its technical performance.
The Core i9 13900KS processor is a 24-core processor based on the LGA1700 socket. Since the official introduction of the 13th generation K series processors, Intel has shown this processor in various ways, but has not officially announced or confirmed its name. But not long ago, a new roadmap was released from Intel which confirmed this processor with the name Core i9 13900KS. As we said, this processor is going to be the first Intel processor to come with a factory frequency of 6 GHz.
As it seems, this processor has been tested on one of the best Z790 motherboards, the ASUS ROG Maximus Hero motherboard. This motherboard can support very fast DDR5 memory and in this test, 32 GB of DDR5-7200 memory was used on this motherboard.
Core i9 13900KS processor performance on Geekbench
This processor has managed to reach the maximum frequency of 5893 MHz, but its average frequency during three tests is 5867 MHz. Of course, the frequency range of this processor is very low and fluctuates mainly in the range of 5600 to 6000 MHz.
Regarding the technical performance, the Core i9 13900KS processor managed to get single-core and multi-core scores of 2319 and 26774 in Geekbench. On average, this processor is about 10% faster in single-core performance and about 39% faster in multi-core performance than the Core i9 12900KS.
The Core i9 13900KS processor is likely to be announced during the CES 2023 event and released in January 2023. Intel company has not published any official information about the price and release time of this processor, but considering that its benchmarks have been published, there is not much time left until its release.
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