B site user “ECSM_Official” sunshine Intel i5-13600K test version, the basic parameters of this processor exposure.
The i5-13600K is a 10nm processor with 6 large cores and 8 small cores, with a large core core firing up to 5.1GHz, L2 cache of 20MB and L3 cache of 24MB.
The i5-12600K currently on sale has 6 large cores + 4 small cores, with large cores up to 4.9GHz, L2 cache 9.5MB, and L3 cache 20MB.
By comparison, we can see that the i5-13600K has 4 more small cores, a large increase in L2 cache, an increase in L3 cache, and an increase in CPU frequency.
In terms of scores, the i5-13600K test version scored 1378 single-core and 24420 multi-core on Cinebench R23, with a 40% increase in multi-core scores.
Intel’s 13th generation Core will be released in the second half of the year, and Intel has now confirmed that this series of processors will use Intel 7 process, double-digit performance improvement, up to 24 cores and 32 threads, i.e. 8 large cores + 16 small cores, with enhanced overclocking capabilities, and compatible with 12th generation Core platforms. Intel’s partners will also release Z790 motherboards in parallel, and B760 and H710 series motherboards may be launched next year.