Maybe Intel’s new desktop processors won’t be so bad? First tests give hope


Last updated on May 2nd, 2023 at 06:26 pm

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We learned yesterday that Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake desktop processors will be based on the Cypress Cove architecture, which is an adaptation of the architecture behind Ice Lake mobile CPUs, not Tiger Lake. And this is certainly frustrating in absentia. 


Maybe Intel’s new desktop processors won’t be so bad? First tests give hope

However, it may not be all that bad. In the UserBenchmark database, a processor was lit up, which may be called Core i9-11900K or Core i7-11700K. It has eight cores and operates at 3.4-4.2 GHz. Most likely, production models will operate at significantly higher frequencies. 

But even under these conditions, the test CPU is gaining 179, 368, 682 and 1115 points, depending on the number of cores involved. And even in comparison with the Core i9-10900K it is 18%, 22% and 14% faster, although in the eight-core mode the new product is 3.6% behind. 

The gain, especially considering the low frequencies, is quite impressive. However, it still looks too large in terms of frequencies. It is not clear why there is such a big difference between the four-core and eight-core modes. 

In any case, while we still have hope that the Rocket Lake processors will not be so weak against the background of the latest Ryzen 5000, but we need to wait for more intelligible tests.  

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