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From: Kirk ©10/30/2022 12:41:42 PM
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From Tom's Hardware

Intel Core i9-13900K and Core i5-13600K Review: Raptor Lake Beats Ryzen 7000
The Raptors are out of the cage!
By Paul Alcorn published about 1 hour ago

The Core i5-13600K is the hands-down winner for mainstream gamers, while the Core i9-13900K is the fastest gaming chip on the market but is overshadowed by the 13700K. Both chips offer leading gaming and productivity performance at their respective price points.

Pros
  • +Class-leading gaming performance
  • +Excellent performance in productivity apps
  • +Excellent pricing
  • +Supports either DDR4 or DDR5
  • +Superior platform pricing
  • +Overclockable
Cons
  • -Higher power consumption
  • -Cooling requirements

The 13th-Gen Intel 'Raptor Lake' $589 Core i9-13900K and the $319 Core i5-13600K bring groundbreaking levels of performance to their respective price points, with a ~20% generational jump in gaming performance taking the lead over competing chips from AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series. We tested all three of the new Raptor Lake chips with the new Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 to find the best CPU for gaming and the new leader of our CPU benchmark hierarchy. Raptor Lake’s performance gains come from record-high clock speeds that stretch up to 5.8 GHz, with a 6 GHz model coming, while Intel’s generous sprinkling of more cores throughout its product stack gives it the lead in core counts for the first time since AMD’s Ryzen debuted back in 2017.

More at tomshardware.com

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