Intel Core i5-13600K, i5-13500, i5-13400 running scores exposed

The previously leaked Intel official PPT confirmed that the i5-13600 and below models are the core of the 12th-generation Core Alder Lake, and the 13th-generation CPU only has the i5-K and higher models with enhanced L2 cache, which Means i5-13600, i5-13500, i5-13400, and i3-13100 will be the vests of the 12th generation Core.

Considering the Core i5-13600K will feature both Raptor Lake B0 and Alder Lake C0 offerings, Intel's 13th Gen Core i5 series should be an interesting lineup.

Now, the mainstream Core i5-13600K, i5-13500, and i5-13400 performance benchmark scores of Intel's 13th-generation CPUs have all been leaked.

Judging from the PassMark scores released by @TUM_APISAK, Intel's mainstream Core i5-13600K, Core i5-13500, and Core i5-13400 CPUs performed well, with the i5-13600K significantly stronger than the i5-12600K.

Intel Core i5-13600K:

The Core i5-13600K uses the Raptor Lake B0 chip with a total of 14 cores, including 6 P cores based on Raptor Cove and 8 E cores based on the current Gracemont.

While the i5-12600K has the same number of P cores, it has double the number of E cores. Therefore, compared with the i5-12600K, this processor has a 40% core count and 25% thread count increase, is equipped with 24 MB L3 and 20 MB L2 cache, and has a main frequency of 3.5~5.2GHz (full core 5.1GHz). There has been a marked improvement over the previous generation.

Intel Core i5-13500 and i5-13400:

The Core i5-13500 and i5-13400 will use the Alder Lake C0 chip, the former is equipped with 6 P cores and 8 E cores, a total of 20 threads, 24 MB L3 cache, 11.5 MB L2 cache, with a 65W design; i5-13400 is equipped with 6 P cores and 4 E cores, 16 threads, 20 MB L3 cache, 9.5 MB L2 cache.

The Core i5-13500 has a base frequency of 2.5GHz and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.6GHz, while the i5-13400 is 2.5GHz~4.7GHz.

From the PassMark single-threaded results, the i5-13600K scored 4249 MOps/s, the i5-13500 scored 4033 MOps/s, and the i5-13400 scored 3866 MOps/s.

For reference, the i5-12600K scored 3980 MOps/s on the same test, so we can see that the i5-13600K is already 6.7% faster than the 12th Gen processor. Compared to their predecessors, the Core i5-13500 and i5-13400 are about 8% faster than the i5-12500 and i5-12400, and of course, better than their AMD counterparts.

That is to say, if Intel 13th generation CPUs are priced at the same price as existing products, they will get an 8-10% performance improvement, plus the B660 motherboard supports the use of cheaper DDR4 memory, I believe this generation of Intel processors will not sell too much. Difference.

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