Intel Raptor Lake Core i7-13700K & i5-13600K Benchmarks Leaked

The latest benchmark test of Intel's Raptor Lake Core i7-13700K and Core i5-13600K on DDR5 and DDR4 platforms have been leaked.

The benchmark tests for the latest Intel Raptor Lake Core i7-13700K and Core i5-13600K CPUs on platforms with DDR5 and DDR4 memory have been leaked. The information comes from ExtremePlayer from the Bilibili Chinese website, which has shown us several benchmarks concentrating on the power and temperature performance of 13th-generation processors. Check out all the details below.

Intel Raptor Lake Core i7-13700K & i5-13600K Benchmarks Leaks Out


The Intel Raptor Lake Core i7-13700K and Core i5-13600K processors have been recently subjected to new performance tests, this time against their counterparts Intel Core i7-12700K and i5-12600K. These new benchmark results shared by ExtremePlayer show the performance improvements that Raptor Lake will bring in the new generation of CPUs.

The ExtremePlayer at Bilibili has shown a new video with a review of Intel’s upcoming 13th Gen Core CPUs, this time focusing on the Core i7-13700K and Core i5-13600K processors, the former with 16 cores, while the latter has 14 cores.

This new generation will have the new “Raptor Cove” performance cores while maintaining the same Gracemont efficiency cores. Intel has managed to increase the number of efficiency cores, which are the smallest cores inside the processor. In addition, clock speeds have been increased, also increasing the amount of L2 cache.

Performance Test

Both processors were tested with ASRock Steel Legend Z690 motherboards, one with DDR5-6400 memory and one with DDR4-3200 memory.

In tests like CPU-Z, the i7 gets a 10% increase in the single-core test and 32 to 34% in multithread scores. The i5-13600K gets a 5% boost to 39-41%, respectively.


With the AIDA64 FPU stress test, the i7-13700K easily reaches a power consumption of 244W, while the i5-13600K reaches a power consumption of 178W. These values ​​are higher than those seen in the i7-12700K (188W) and i5-12600K (148W).


In the case of the Core i7-13700K, we are talking about all the cores moving at a temperature between 101 and 108ºC, which is obviously close to the maximum tolerated by the CPU to shut down the system as a protection method.


The Intel Core ‘Raptor Lake’ series of processors would launch on September 28. We will keep you informed.