The Intel i7-13700 benchmark reports its disappointing performance

The Core i7-13700 processor is the first model of Intel's 12th generation on which the PassMark benchmark was performed. In this benchmark, the processor in question managed to get 4347 points in the single-core test and 34431 points for the multi-core test. This means that it does not perform much better than a processor like the i7-12700K, and only marginally outperforms it.

BingMag.com The Intel i7-13700 benchmark reports its disappointing performance

The Core i7-13700 processor is the first model of Intel's 12th generation on which the PassMark benchmark was performed. In this benchmark, the processor in question managed to get 4347 points in the single-core test and 34431 points for the multi-core test. This means that it does not perform much better than a processor like the i7-12700K, and only marginally outperforms it.

By examining the results more closely, we can see that Intel once again paid more attention to the processor architecture. Data and performance improvement are not prioritized. Specifically, this processor performed 10.15% and 9.64% better than the previous generation i7-12700 in the single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. While the previous generation uses a total of 12 cores and 20 threads, the number of cores and threads has reached 16 and 24 in the new generation processor. The difference will be more. Currently, none of AMD's Zen 4 series processors have made it to the PassMark benchmark. But just out of curiosity, we should say that the i7-13700 offers 28.38 and 33.14% better performance than the AMD Ryzen 7 5800 in the field of single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. Of course, we have to say that this AMD chip was introduced to the market more than a year ago.

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