Intel’s Core i9-11900K, the purportedly incoming 8-core flagship of its next-gen Rocket Lake processors, has been noticed in one other leaked benchmark.
This one is a Geekbench consequence posted on Twitter (as noticed by VideoCardz), and it exhibits the 11900K with a lift velocity of 5.3GHz – which matches what we witnessed in another leak a couple of weeks ago.
Geekbench 5 CPU11th Gen Intel Core i9-11900KGenuineIntel Household 6 Mannequin 167 Stepping 1https://t.co/pIBKvFXINsJanuary 22, 2021
As ever with leaked benchmarks, deal with this with a wholesome quantity of skepticism, however the Core i9-11900K (in a Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Grasp motherboard) recorded a single-core results of 1,892 and a multi-core tally of 10,934.
These are some critically spectacular figures, notably the single-core the place the 11900K beats out the 10900K Comet Lake flagship by round 35%, no much less, going by the benchmarks flagged up for comparability by VideoCardz. And each these Intel chips are level-pegging in multi-core, which once more is spectacular seeing because the 10900K is a 10-core product, and has a pair extra cores to work with.
Moreover, trying on the 11900K outcomes right here compared to AMD’s Ryzen 5800X (additionally an 8-core CPU), Intel’s chip was 13% quicker in single-core, and 5% faster in multi-core.
Keep in mind the same old caveats about leaks, and never studying an excessive amount of right into a single benchmark, particularly not a pre-release one – however on the latter level, there’s additionally the chance that the ultimate efficiency of the 11900K may very well be even higher.
Relating to the general image, so much will depend upon precisely the place Intel decides to pitch the brand new Rocket Lake CPUs – which are rumored to be launching in March – by way of their pricing, however the newest hypothesis we’ve heard on that entrance sounds fairly constructive. It’s potential that the 11900K may come in at a cheaper level than the Comet Lake flagship, and that will surely make for robust competitors for AMD.
VideoCardz additionally identified a Geekbench leak for the Core i7-11700K, which may also run with 8-cores in line with the rumor mill, and achieved single-core and multi-core outcomes of 1,551 and eight,849 respectively.
That’s round 8% and 18% slower than the Ryzen 5800X, however observe that the 11700K is pegged at a lift velocity of 4.4GHz on this benchmark, so clearly this doesn’t symbolize the complete capabilities of that chip (the 10700K boosts as much as 5.1GHz).