This year Intel released 13 core processors, some with K versions, and now the higher-frequency i9-13900KS has been revealed, clocked at up to 6GHz.
Recently, overseas e-commerce exposed Intel has not yet launched i9-13900KS, KS suffix processor is Intel special body processor, compared to the ordinary i9-13900K default frequency is higher, overcaging potential is also greater.From the price of foreign e-commerce page, the price of i9-13900KS is as high as 975.99 dollars, about 7,000 yuan.
The price of i9-13900K is only 5,299 yuan, so the price of i9-13900KS is expected to exceed 6,000 yuan. But in terms of performance and frequency,i9-13900K is still inferior to i9-13900KS. After all, the stronger physique makes i9-13900KS have more possibilities and can withstand higher frequency.
According to Intel, the i9-13900KS will be the first processor with a frequency as high as 6GHz and will be able to stabilize 6GHz without overclocking. Moreover, this is still in the 13th generation core overall has a large upgrade under the premise, with 6GHz i9-13900KS performance really let people look forward to.
With existing Intel 600 or new Intel 700 chipset motherboards, avid users can enjoy the superior performance of the 13th generation Intel Core processors. With support for the latest DDR5 and existing DDR4 memory, users can enjoy the performance benefits of the 13th generation Core while also being able to assemble the machine according to their functional needs and budget.
The 13th Intel Core processor increases the number of energy-efficient cores compared to the 12th generation and improves multithreading performance by up to 41% when running multiple computationally intensive workloads. An unprecedented overclocking experience with the 13th generation Intel Core processor. Users can see performance cores, energy efficiency cores, and DDR5 memory all achieve higher average overclocking speeds.
To support the 13th-gen Core processors, Intel has also updated the Intel Speed Optimizer, a convenient one-click overclocking feature to help users easily overclock. The powerful XMP 3.0 ecosystem offers a variety of overclocking module options. When paired with Intel Dynamic Memory Boost, this feature makes it easy to overclock DDR4 and DDR5 memory.
CPU-Z run score according to the display, i9-13900K single thread run score 846 points, multi-thread 13054 points,It is the top CPU-Z single core.Multithreading was 15% higher than 12900KF(11289),This is 10% higher than the AMD R9 5950X(16 cores and 32 threads) and an improvement over the previous run score.
In terms of overclocking potential, some overclocking enthusiasts have overclocked i9-13900K to 8812.85MHz, setting a new world record. In addition, the overclocked DDR5 memory brand to 11130MT/s. However, he only turned on eight performance cores and turned off hyperthreading, and only one core ran at 8.8GHz, while the other seven ran at 3.0GHz.
This also makes people look forward to i9-13900KS after the launch of the performance, is expected to surpass i9-13900K to create a new world record.If the i9-13900KS is optimistic, it will be possible to break the maximum frequency of 9GHz.
But for a chip with a very specific constitution,Although it can achieve higher frequencies than ordinary chips, extreme frequencies are not available to ordinary users, so for most users, the default frequency is the normal.
The processor doesn't have a release date yet, but those looking for extreme performance might want to keep an eye on it.