Whereas Intel plans to tug in launch dates of its thirteenth Technology Core ‘Raptor Lake’ processors for notebooks, and lots of of those CPUs are set to be launched later this 12 months, till in the present day, no benchmark outcomes of these chips have leaked. But as Intel’s companions start to check new processors, a few of their findings inevitably hit the Net.
As we speak somebody unintentionally (or purportedly) printed benchmark outcomes of Intel’s Core i5-13600HX processor in BAPCo’s CrossMark benchmark (opens in new tab) (by way of @momomo_us (opens in new tab)). The CPU has 14 cores and may course of 20 threads concurrently, which suggests both a 6P + 8E configuration or a 4P and 10E cores configuration (we assume the latter). So as to add some context, Intel’s Core i5-12600HX processor has 12 cores (4P + 8E cores).
The CPU was examined utilizing Intel’s AlderLake-S SBGA DDR4 SODIMM CRB (buyer reference board) geared up with 32GB of DDR4-3200 reminiscence and two 1TB SSDs working in RAID mode in addition to plugged right into a 4K show.
|Core i5-13600HX||1573||1458||1800||1321||14C/20T; 32GB DDR4-3200 RAM|
|Core i5-12600H||1350||1268||1747||752||12C/16T; 16GB DDR5-4800|
|Core i5-12600H||1760||1622||2013||1506||12C/16T; 32GB DDR5-4800|
It’s needed to notice that Intel’s HX processors are aimed toward desktop alternative laptops, and small form-factor desktops with good cooling as these CPUs characteristic base energy of 55W and most turbo energy of 157W. Since Intel’s HX CPUs usually are not significantly common amongst customers of the general-purpose CrossMark benchmark, we needed to examine the outcomes of Intel’s Core i5-13600HX (with a balanced energy profile) with the Core i5-12600H. In the meantime, the hitch is that every one latter outcomes had been obtained on a system geared up with a Full-HD monitor, so the comparability will not be truthful. Nonetheless, we took one of the best (which used one of the best efficiency energy profile) and the worst (opens in new tab) outcomes of the mannequin i5-12600H to offer some extra perspective.
One other factor to level out is that BAPCo’s CrossMark (opens in new tab) benchmark has three teams of checks (opens in new tab) (consisting of seven sub-scenarios) — Productiveness (doc enhancing, spreadsheets, net shopping), Creativity (picture enhancing, picture group, video enhancing), and Responsiveness (utility launches and the file opens taken from different sub situations) — designed for example common system efficiency and responsiveness ‘utilizing fashions of real-world purposes.’
All these situations are very common, so whereas they’ll quantify the distinction between an entry-level Core i3-powered machine and a high-end Core i9-based system, we doubt that BAPCO’s CrossMark can precisely illustrate the distinction between Intel’s Alder Lake and Raptor Lake.