Recently, an Intel 13 generation Core flagship i9-13900K news circulated online, a fish has been sold, and revealed that the existing Z690 motherboard can be lit, and identified 8 large cores, 16 small cores, 32 threads. From ChipHell forum netizen “Lordzzz” now, said this U is he sold and put out no code HD original picture as evidence:
The number Q0D8 is allegedly still ES1, the earliest stage 1 engineering sample, very immature and abnormal performance, CPU-Z single-core only 611, multi-core only 13015.
ES3 third stage engineering sample number Q1HM can already run normal scores, but because the memory controller is still in the adaptation, temporarily only with DDR5, the frequency can run to 7200MHz, but can not light DDR4.
From the CPU-Z screenshot, you can see the detection TDP 125W, proving that it is indeed the i9-13900K, the first and second level cache identification is not quite right, 36MB level 3 cache no problem.
In addition, you can see that there is no AVX-512 – the early 12th generation is still there, and then blocked, this time simply up on no.
The netizen also revealed that the i9-13900K currently has a maximum single-core Raid frequency of 5.5GHz, which is already on par with the i9-12900KS, while the full-core Raid frequency is also 5.3GHz.
The ES3 CPU-Z score is over 880 for a single core, about 6% and 16% higher than the i9-12900K and Raider 9 5950X, respectively, and over 15,000 for multiple cores, about 31% and 16% higher than the i9-12900K and Raider 9 5950X, respectively.
This is not the final frequency is not sure, even if it also has the potential to dig.
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