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Running points of the Intel 11th generation Core flagship i9-11900K: single-core stable super Ryzen 5000.
CES 2021 is going to open online soon. Intel will take the opportunity to warm up the desktop Core, which will be officially released in March, of the Rocket Lake 11 generation, and motherboards such as Z590, B560, and H510 will also come one after another. We have seen the exposure of new items from Rocket Lake in recent days, including versions, specs, and running points, primarily including i9-11900, i7-11700K, i7-11700, and other models.
The CPU-Z senses 8 cores and 16 threads, 4 MB L2 cache, 16 MB L3 cache, 5.3 GHz is the maximum acceleration frequency, certain parameters are erased, and 125 W should be the thermal interface capacity (TDP).
The single-core running score is 708.7 and 6443.9 is the multi-core running score, which is clearly the 11th generation Core’s highest rating.
The single-core performance is increased by 26 percent relative to the current i9-10900K/KF, and it comfortably beats the Ryzen 9 5900X by around 5 percent. Of instance, because of the limited 8 cores, the multi-core output faces the 10-core i9-10900K and 12 cores. The Ryzen 9 5900X has been struggling a lot.
CineBench R20’s findings are close. There is no benefit of Multi-core. The single-core is 19% higher than the previous generation and around 1% higher than the competitor. It can almost reclaim the status of the best processor for gaming.
Intel has lately stressed realistic application efficiency, though, and is not worried with benchmark tests such as CPU-Z and CineBench, so workplace productivity performance has also been checked, however the i9-11900K has lost miserably due to its dependency on multi-core.
In comparison, the test sample which include bugs, PCIe 4.0 cannot be allowed, or PCIe 3.0 x16 cannot be enabled at maximum speed, and the GTX 1660 Ti graphics card is plugged in and locked at PCIe 1.1 x16. The lack of bandwidth is serious, which results in a mess of real game efficiency.