Geekbench shows 35W Core i7 13700T result higher than Ryzen 7
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Geekbench shows 35W Core i7-13700T result, higher than Ryzen 7 5800X

As part of the release of the first wave of Intel Raptor Lake series processors, only K-series models with the multiplier unlocked are expected to be announced. However, in the Geekbench synthetic test database, the processor model of the future series of energy-efficient Core T chips was noted: we are talking about a Core i7-13700T with 16 cores and 24 threads and an estimated heat output of 35 watts .

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Image source: VideoCardz

The base frequency of this processor is 1.4 GHz. In automatic mode, it can overclock up to 4.78 MHz. Keep in mind that the T-series of Intel processors weren’t designed for gaming. It is designed for use in compact, energy-efficient and embedded systems, often equipped with passive cooling systems.

    Image source: Geekbench

Image source: Geekbench

In single-core performance tests, the Core i7-13700T scored between 1893 and 1939. Based on the results of the multi-core performance test, the chip scored between 8,925 and 11,564 points.

    Image source: Geekbench

Image source: Geekbench

Based on higher values, Core i7-13700T is faster than octa-core Ryzen 7 5800X on Zen 3 architecture. 142W max). The Intel chip was tested with DDR4-3200 RAM, so it didn’t take advantage of support for faster DDR5 memory.

Compared to the Alder Lake 10-core Core i5-12600K, the Core i7-13700T showed higher single-core performance and almost the same multi-core performance.

    Image source: VideoCardz

Image source: VideoCardz

Typically, Intel releases energy-efficient models of its processors after the release of older K-series models with a TDP of 125 W and mass models without overclocking and with a TDP of 65 W.

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