Core i9-11900K CPU-Z benchmark result leaks?

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Interesting, over in the land down under, no I mean a little higher up there, Asia, some new numbers have surfaced. This round it is the pending new Rocket Lake flagship 8-core part, the Core i9-1190...

    Core i9-11900K CPU-Z benchmark result leaks?
     
  2. Calmmo

    Calmmo Ancient Guru

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    Infinite power (consumption)
     
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    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    if this can beat 5950x in single core on 14nm that is impressive
    gonna be a gaming beast

    multi is weak,might be lower turbo,or just the way 11th gen is.very fast in single,mediocre in multi.I'd take that provided the price is right.
     
  4. Saabjock

    Saabjock Master Guru

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    Never thought I'd say this.....but I hope it is good...really good.
    We've all seen what absolute power does without lack of competition.
    Everybody jumps on the 'greed' wagon and starts charging exorbitant prices.
     
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    Raider0001 Master Guru

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    tdp must be crazy high
     
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  6. Denial

    Denial Ancient Guru

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    I don't see why 14nm would make single core impressive, if anything it's probably easier on 14nm. Similarly getting higher multicore performance should be easier on lower nodes.
     
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    fredgml7 Member Guru

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    I would agree with you, but not yet, Intel has to lose a lot more market share.
     
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    Well, Intel removed 8 cores, increased power consumption, and finally possibly reached a 3% higher CPU-Z ST score on a cpu that may be available in march, compared to a stock 5900X that is already available in my case.
    It should also be said that a 5900X pumped up to 5.15GHz by tweaking the pbo curves scores 700+ in the same CPU-Z ST benchmark, so looks like AMD also has a better IPC clock for clock.
    Nice Flagship CPU
     
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  9. Reddoguk

    Reddoguk Ancient Guru

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    How is it so far behind a 5800X on multi scores? That's a 250 point difference even though it has better single core scores.
     
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    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    single and multi core boosts may vary a lot
     

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    Bring it, hopefully the price is right too!
     
  12. Ssateneth

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    it's like 250 watts while in turbo state. even the "loud and hot" 5800x and 2 CCD 5900x/5950x only maxes at 105 watts at the very max unless you overclock/PBO. Precision boost clocks is not overclocking and they will frequently go up to 150mhz over listed turbo speeds without any overclocking whatsoever.
     
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    How many 8core cpus are in there again? :D All this 11gen intel is just a 9900k rehash for a third time.
     
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    Happy new year to everyone.
    The man who gave the results is known for overcklocing with liquid nitrogen
    even my R23 single score is better lol
    Screenshot (17).png
    and here we see in action a 5900x Opera Snapshot_2021-01-01_023153_i.redd.it.png
     
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    ^ This
     

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    I used to go AMD back when the Phenoms were around but AMD let me down. Intel is great for gaming so this is great news to me
     
  17. dfsdfs1112

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    10 years do not develop anything, boring
    and not worth buying
    See the graph comparing one core?
    joke
     
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    There are some brainwashed Intel fanbois in this world for sure, especially those that like to upgrade every single year.... because this is another Intel CPU generation that should be skipped... but I guess only people who have common sense will do that.

    Intel fanbois are gonna get a CPU that only works on the end of life LGA 1200 socket, because Alder Lake will be on LGA 1700, so they will of course buy again CPU+MB+RAM since it will come with DDR5 that one.

    Not to mention that this Rocket Lake will not blow out of the water Ryzen 3, it will barely match it. I would be surprised if OC vs OC Intel will get +5 more fps... pffft.

    All that for 250w and no upgrade future, pathetic.
     
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    In a perfect world intel and amd will keep leapfrogging each other for 1-5% keeping each other prices in check so ultimately would not matter witch one you buy :p
     
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    There is not much difference between 7nm TSMC and 14nm Intel node size wise. I will skip every 14nm derivate, no matter what Intel can squeeze out of its ever lasting 14nm process. Maybe this performance leak was reached under sub- ambient cooling using the Intel "cryo toy" on a "goiden engeneering sample", who knows? Although it is pretty impressive how Intel is able to optimize their current node, but because of their CPU architecture, Intel CPUs only rely on clock speed and power consumption, If you have enough cooling, you can clock higher and higher. WIth AMD architecture there is a clock speed limit, if you cross this limit or barrier, Ryzen won´t run any faster (elmor showed), that´s why AMD relies so much on IPC performance. The only reason why I stay with Intel is not IPC performance or fanboyism, it is the fun with overclocking. OMG my power bill..........:S

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