Unlike the 12900K, the Core i9-13900K won’t have enough of a standard ‘max turbo power’ of around 250 watts. This was reported by the Hungarian hardware website Prohardver. When the power limits are opened, the i9’s consumption will rise to 350 watts.
With the 12th generation Core processors, Intel introduced the terms “core processor power” and “maximum turbo power” as the successor to the PL1 and PL2 frontiers. With overclockable models with a K suffix, mtp may be consumed continuously. With a Core i9-12900K, it was 241W, which is just enough allcore . batch 4.9 GHz. According to Prohardver With the i9-13900K, this will not be enough, which means that the maximum overall boost is achieved only when the default limits are deactivated.
According to previous rumors, the i9-13900K will receive an overall turbo of 5.5GHz for the P-cores. In addition, the processor also has twice as many electronic cores as the i9-12900K. Thus, the maximum power consumption was much higher than in line with expectations. With a load limited to a few cores, the processor can overclock the processor up to 5.8GHz.
Some of the high-end motherboards in the new 700 series will have a built-in mode to increase the power limit to 350W, which Prohardver calls “Ultra-Performance Mode”. In this mode, the processor can hold a full-core turbo, allowing for up to 15 percent better performance in multi-threaded workloads. Of course, good cooling is required for this.
Raptor Lake processors, like the codename for the 13th generation of CPUs, will also remain compatible with existing 600-series motherboards. However, with this motherboard, you will have to disable the limits manually to get the i9-13900K’s performance to its fullest. The required bios option usually has a name along the lines of “Remove all borders”.
Intel plans to upgrade Raptor Lake CPUs to announce on September 28, followed by a release in the week of October 17. in our area AMD Ryzen 7000 vs. Video Reviews for Intel Raptor Lake At the end of this week we discussed in detail what we can expect from the new generations of processors.
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