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Intel Core i9-11900k outperforms RYZEN

Intel Core i9-11900k outperforms RYZEN

Intel Core i9-11900K produces a huge Geekbench single-core score that takes the i9-10900K by +32% and leaves the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 9 5950X far out

Intel Core i9-11900K has at long last been uncovered on Geekbench and the Rocket Lake-S chip has created an enormous single-core score. Using a Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Master board combined with the i9-11900K to score more than +32% higher than the i9-10900K and leave the Ryzen 9 5950X and Ryzen 7 5800X playing get up to speed.

Intel Core i9-11900K with 8-core & 16 threads has been spotted on Geekbench, civility of Tum Apisak, and it has not disappointed as far as single-core performance. The Rocket Lake-S test delivered a score of 1,892 focuses, which would be sufficient to put it by a wide margin in front of whatever else on Geekbench’s graphs in the event that it remained as a normal outcome. The clock rates were recorded at 3.50 GHz to 5.28 GHz and the i9-11900K was helped by a Z490 Aorus Master motherboard.

This huge single-core outcome is no under +32.49% more noteworthy than the middle outcomes we have accomplished with the Comet Lake i9-10900K. Regardless of whether we contrast it and our most extreme outcome for the archetype, which was 1,449 focuses, the Intel Core i9-11900K actually has a +30.57% acquire. Concerning the opposition, Geekbench’s diagram shows comparative outcomes to what we accomplished with the 8-center Ryzen 7 5800X and 16-center Ryzen 9 5950X. On the off chance that we utilize the somewhat higher scores from the benchmark site, the i9-11900K actually orders a lead of +13.36% (Ryzen 7 5800X) and +12.49% (Ryzen 9 5950X), separately. Yet, these are normal scores for the AMD parts, and a later post from Apisak (see beneath) uncovered that the Intel chip can in any case nose in front of higher-performing instances of the opposition here, but by much lower edges.

It’s an unpropitious single-core appearing by the Intel Core i9-11900K that could without much of a stretch breadth away the more negative parts of this Rocket Lake-S beast. The multi-center score here of 10,934 focuses is not all that much (Ryzen 7 5800X: 11,354 focuses Notebookcheck; 10,427 focuses Geekbench normal), and there is the force advantage that Team Blue uses that should be remembered. The i9-11900K has TDPs of 125 W (PL1) and 250 W (PL2) while the Ryzen 5000 sections depend on 105 W. Yet, this is the sort of result that will make work area PC developers zeroed in on single-core performance.

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