Intel Core i9-11900K, one of the new generation Rocket Lake processors, has once again visited online test sites. While the processor surpasses AMD Ryzen chips in a single core, it also exhibits significant performance in multi-core.
Videocardz detected this test, in which Intel's 8-core processor is probably seen with the latest features. The basic speed of the processor, which is seen with an increased clock speed of 5.3GHz, is 3.5GHz.
With a Gigabyte Z490 motherboard and 32GB of RAM, the processor has been tested several times at Geekbench, the highest single-core score of 1.905. This is the highest score on Geekbench. It also means it's 13% faster than the Ryzen 9 5950X flagship processor.
However, the processor, which reaches up to 10.994 in multi-core, lags behind Ryzen in this area. Because the Ryzen processor exceeds the score of 14,000 on this side. So about 27% faster. However, it should not be forgotten that AMD's processor has 16 cores.
On the other hand, if we look at the other 8-core competitor, the Intel Core i9-11900K is 15% faster than AMD's 5800X. In multi-core, this figure is only 5%. Apart from that, compared to its peers, it beats the 10900K processor, which has 2 extra cores and runs at the same clock speed, with a very small difference of 30 points in multi-core. Therefore, we can say that we are facing an important performance. However, these tests 11900K for speed overclocking It should also be noted that it is not clear whether it is applied or not. So it is useful to be a little careful about this as it can happen with any leak.
Apart from this, let us state that there are some question marks in terms of power consumption and price of the processor.
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