Here Are The Leaked Benchmarks Of Intel's New Core i9-9900K, i7-9700K and i5-9600K

Ronald Balondo
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Recently, Intel’s new set of processors leaked to the community showing its benchmark ratings compiled in GeekBench. Although it is not yet released, it clearly shows the performance of Intel Core i9-9900K, Core i7-9700K, and Core i5-9600K. Let’s take a quick look at how these processors perform.

Intel’s main rival, AMD and its Ryzen line first entered the octa-core platform last year. It was followed by Intel by launching its hexa-core 14nm Coffee Lake CPUs. Now, the company is looking to go to the next level.

Intel Core i9 9900K scored 6248 and 33037 in single core and multi-core benchmarks respectively. With this figure, it is showing that it has one of the highest scored processors to date.

The configuration from the benchmark results came from an Asus ROG Maximus Hero motherboard that was packed with 16GB of DDR4 RAM. Using this configuration as seen in most modern computers out there, the result was incredible.

The Core i7-9700K variant, on the other hand, received a score of 6297 points for single core test and 30152 points in multi-core benchmark result. As you noticed, the single core test for the i9 variant is lower but the overall performance of the i7-9700K in lower threads showed signs of lower computing power than the flagship.

It was tested with a Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Ultra Gaming motherboard. Comparing it side by side with their rival AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, the i7 variant outperformed the Ryzen in single core results. However, with the 16 thread configuration of the Ryzen, it edges out the i7-9700K that has 8 threads. This means, performance wise, Ryzen will have an edge in heavy workloads.

Lastly, the Core i5-9600K benchmark result shows 6027 in single core points and 23472 in multi-core benchmarks. The result was also delivered using an identical set up as the i7-9700K variant.

It shows that the i5-9600K got a huge boost from the i5-8600K that scored at around the 5000 marks for single and roughly around 19000 to 20000 in multi-core benchmark results. From these, we can draw a huge improvement in the i5 line.

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