Although Rocket Lake processors are not yet available for sale, they continue to show up in benchmark tests. 8/16 new chips topped the list in a single core.
The Core i9-11900K, which Intel will use 14 nm once more, seems to offer ambitious performance, although it will come with 2 cores and 4 tracks from its predecessor.
Core i9-11900K exceeded the 1900 point limit
The Core i9-11900K, which was tested with 32GB of 3600 MHz RAM on Gigabyte’s Z490 Aorus Master motherboard, while operating at 5.3 GHz, became the first chip to exceed the 1900 point limit by making a 35% difference to the Core i9-10900K on a single core.
The processor that needs the right pricing
Despite its 8/16 structure, the processor, which does not lag behind its predecessor in 10/20 configuration in multi-core, has a 12-13% share over AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X solution in a single core. It should also be noted that AMD’s 32-thread model is 47-53% ahead in multi-core.
If we look at the Ryzen 7 5800X-Core i9-11900K comparison, we can say that the blue team is ahead by 13-14% in a single core and most importantly, 5-6% in multi-core. Therefore, Intel’s offering of Cypress Cove core processors at a competitive price remains.