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The Core i9-11900K, Intel’s flagship Rocket Lake-S Desktop CPU, has been discovered in the Ashes of The Singularity benchmark. TUM APISAK, who had previously disclosed the first Geekbench scores of the 8 core CPU based on the Cypress Cove processor architecture, spotted the leaked entry once more.
The Intel Core i9-11900K processor will have eight cores and sixteen threads. Since the entry was made today, Intel’s partners are already putting the CPU through its paces in gaming benchmarks and other test suites. The CPU appears to have a base clock of 3.50 GHz, which is higher than the version we saw yesterday. Both chips have eight cores, sixteen threads, sixteen megabytes of L3 cache, and four megabytes of L2 cache. The key distinction is in the clock speeds.
Using LN2, the Intel Core i9-11900K Rocket Lake CPU was overclocked to 6.5 GHz on the ASUS ROG Maximus XIII HERO Motherboard.
We can’t tell if these are early ES versions of the same chip or entirely different chips because the Core i9 and Core i7 SKUs are supposed to be nearly identical, with the clock speeds being the only difference. It’s possible that the 3.4 GHz SKU is a Core i7-11700K model, while the Core i9 model has a higher base clock of 3.5 GHz. The previous model’s boost clock was set to 5 GHz, so the 3.5 GHz should be able to accommodate a higher boost clock.
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