Intel’s upcoming Rocket Lake processors continue to show up in test results. Shared low TDP Core i9 solution has significant advantage in single core.
As we approach the Rocket Lake processors that will come with a decrease in the number of cores of the Mavi team at the top level, the test results of the models continue to come to light.
The 8/16 Core i9-11900, an engineering example stressed in CPU-Z, operates at a base frequency of 1.8 GHz, with all its cores rising to 3.89 GHz and with a single core to 4.4 GHz.
Contrary to the 65 watt TDP chip, the 8/16 Core i9-11900K, on the other hand, operates at a base frequency of 3.8 GHz thanks to its 125 watt TDP advantage and can increase to 4.8 GHz with all its cores. The chip’s single core frequency is at 5.3 GHz.
In the single core score of the Core i9-11900 in CPU-Z, parallel to these details, it was reported that the Core i9-11900K on a single core received 582 points, close to 597 points. Although it succeeded to be in front of it, 2 cores are positioned behind 5-10% due to the loss of 4 tracks.