SiSoftware developers are optimizing their software for the upcoming Intel Raptor Lake processors. As part of this, they took the Intel Core i9-13900 step-by-step and put it through two synthetic tests, Whetstone and Dhrystone. These are old benchmarks that predict a specific set of calculations suitable for use from the 60’s and 80’s. The fact that these benchmarks are synthetic means you shouldn’t expect performance to show exactly the same differences in everyday use. Still, it’s worth noting that the Core i9-13900 performs about one and a half to two times faster than the current Core i9-12900.

SIMD benchmarks (also synthetic) are geared towards more modern use of processors. These benchmarks paint a very different picture of the new processor.

The graphics clearly show that AMD is leading the way with the Zen 3-based Ryzen 9 5900X. The differences between current and next generation Intel processors are not that big anymore. SiSoftware developers predict the Raptor Lake processors will be a nice upgrade, but say it’s not a world of difference. Intel chose to add the more frugal E-core, which adds less raw computing power than the P-cores. We may not see how the new Intel processors perform in day-to-day conditions until October 2022. This is the rumored release date for Raptor Lake.

Source: Computer Base

Source: Hardware Info

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