Intel Core i9-11900K “Rocket Lake-S” breaks CPU-Z barrier of 700 points with all cores at 5.2 GHz

Published: Jan 1st 2021, 10:39 GMT   Comments

Intel Core i9-11900K overclocked to 5.2 GHz

According to a new leak from Chiphell, Intel’s upcoming flagship, the Core i9-11900K was able to break the 706 points barrier in the single-thread CPU-Z benchmark when all cores were set to 5.2 GHz. This means that CPU has a slightly higher result (1.6%) from yesterday’s 695 points but also a much higher multi-threaded score of 7198, which is 10% higher than yesterday’s 6522 points.

Intel Core i9-11900K CPU-Z (All-core 5.2 GHz), Source: Chiphell

Yesterday two benchmark results of the Rocket Lake-S have leaked. The first one is the same CPU just without all-core frequency set to 5.2 GHz (so basically a stock setting). The other one is Core i7-11700K, which is an 8-core CPU as well, except lower clocked, but the clock speeds have not yet been confirmed:

Intel Core i9-11900K CPU-Z (stock), Core i7-11700K (stock), Source: Bilibili, @OneRaichu

The tests that have leaked over the past 2 days have been combined into a single chart by a Twitter user @harukaze5719. They feature both Core i9-11900K scores alongside current-gen 8-core i9-10700K CPU and 8-core Ryzen 7 5800X from AMD Vermeer series based on Zen3 core design:

Intel Core i9-11900K & i7-11700K Single-Thread Benchmarks, Source: @harukaze5719

Intel Core i9-11900K & i7-11700K Multi-Thread Benchmarks, Source: @harukaze5719

Source: Chiphell

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