Intel Core i7-13700K Raptor Lake CPU allegedly crosses 6.18 GHz clock and 1K points in CPU-Z

Published: Aug 2nd 2022, 22:09 GMT   Comments

Intel i7-13700K at almost 6.2 GHz

CPU-Z screenshots featuring Core i7-13700K Qualification Sample reaching new record speeds have been posted by QXE (@QXE87) on Twitter.

It is shown that a CPU from Raptor Lake series already reached 6185 MHz with all 8 Performance cores and 4189 MHz with all 8 Efficient cores. To achieve such a high clock, the CPU is running with 1.536 Volts. This test was performed on ASUS Z690 ROG STRIX A motherboard with DDR4 memory. The hyper threading was disabled (hence it shows 16 threads instead of 24).

Core i7-13700K QS at 6.18 GHz, Source: @QXE87

The CPU reached a score of 1010 points in single-thread test and 11877 in multi-thread. That’s of course even higher than previous 5.5-6.0 GHz leaks which gave 850-980 points for either Core i7 or Core i9 Raptor Lake SKUs.

Unfortunately the leaker provided no information on the cooling used, but he adds that Raptor Lake should easily work with 1.3V with good temps, which is not always the case with Alder Lake. For the sake of this one test, however, 1.5V shouldn’t negatively affect the CPU.

Intel Raptor Lake Leaked CPU-Z Tests
VideoCardz.comConfigurationSingle-Thread Score
Core i7-13700K ES8P @ 6.18 GHz + 8E @ 4.19 GHz
Core i7-13700K ES8P @ 6.0 GHz
Core i9-13900K ES8P @ 6.0 GHz + 8E @ (?) GHz
Core i7-13700K ES8P @ 5.8 GHz + 8E @ 3.7 GHz
Core i9-13900K ES8P @ 5.5 GHz
Core i9-13900K ES8P @ 5.2 GHz
Core i9-12900K8P @ 5.2 GHz
Core i9-12900K8P @ 5.1 GHz
Core i9-13900K ES8P @ 5.1 GHz
Core i9-12900K8P @ 5.0 GHz
Core i9-13900K ES8P @ 5.0 GHz
Ryzen 9 5950X16C @ 4.9 GHz

Source: @QXE87

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