If yesterday we saw the Intel Core i7-13700K being up to 17% faster than its…
The day seems to be Intel, because the data and leaks do not stop arriving. In any case, now we have something tremendously interesting, because although the company’s T series of processors is not the preference of gamers, it is for all those who want to build a Mini ITX PC or for highly prestigious assemblers. who want to offer the best in performance without high temperatures. For this reason, the filtered consumption and performance data of the i7-13700T are very interesting, because consuming what it consumes will give many joys.
It seems that Intel will take the performance crown for the second time since the new heterogeneous architecture was released, and this naturally has its advantages. They have managed to turn the tables with the number of total cores, in IPC and in frequency in just one year, so what we are going to see now can really be a problem for AMD as we well anticipate with the i9-13900 at the time.
Intel Core i7-13700T, consumption and outstanding performance
We are talking precisely about a processor that will delight many, not only because of its power, but because it can be the sweet spot between having a very high performance and a very contained consumption. Leaving aside the 16 cores and 24 threadsthe frequencies are really very interesting and the strong point that Intel is looking for here.
East i7-13700T gets one 1.4GHz base frequencywhile his boost raises it up to 4.8GHzwhich is not bad at all, but they are very low data considering that Intel has just said that they will arrive with the Core 13 at 6 GHz.
[GB5 CPU] cpu
CPU: Intel Core i7-13700T (16C 24T)
Codename: Raptor Lake
CPUID: B0671 (Genuine Intel)
Scores, vs AMD 5800X
Single: 1939, +12.2%
Multi: 11564, +7.6%
— Benchleaks (@BenchLeaks) September 12, 2022
The trick is in the TDPwhich has been measured in Base frequency for years, and in this case it is only 35 watts, less than the consumption of a traditional light bulb. Likewise, when a charge is required, this value will increase quite a bit, and although there is no MTP Finally, some values are stipulated below 100 wattswhich considering its cores and threads and their frequencies is a real achievement on the part of the blues.
This is all well and good, but what about performance? Well, the truth is that it is surprising and it may change the concept of some about what can be assembled with a processor of this type, both to play, to work or simply to enjoy.
Faster than a current i5-12600K and a Ryzen 7 5800X
Although it is not the best scenario to draw correct conclusions, Geekbench 5 continues to be chosen by locals and strangers to show leaks. In this case, the i7-13700T starts with the slight disadvantage of having to its credit 32 GB of DDR4 at 3,200 MHz in Dual Channel and not DDR5 as expected. Therefore, the results should improve very slightly and place the scores somewhat above what we are going to see now.
There are three values for ST and three for MT, so we’re just going to focus on the best record we’ve seen so far. The performance is almost inversely proportional to the consumption of the i7-13700T, because in ST goes to the 1,939 pointsMeanwhile in MT rises up to 11,564 points. As the ideal is to compare to a greater or lesser extent, with that score we can say that it is faster than most i9-12900K in ST and is on par with the i5-12600K in MT, being ostensibly faster at one core.
In AMD it sweeps the Ryzen 7 5800X in ST and surpasses it without problem in MT, not being very far in this last point from a whole 5900X with the same frequency on paper and three times less TDP. This only shows that Intel is going to go all out sooner rather than later, and that’s why two weeks ago we were talking about damage control at AMD, since Lisa Su’s seems like they’re going to lose not only the battle on the desktop, but the battle on laptops and low consumption equipment.
If this is confirmed, the Ryzen 7000X3D and Zen 5 should arrive earlier than expected, because Meteor Lake may be the last straw that Intel ends up giving as AMD does not react quickly and forcefully.