Intel 11th generation Core single-core crushes Zen3

Intel 11th generation Core single-core crushes Zen3

I believe everyone is very familiar with the situation of Intel Rocket Lake 11th-generation Core. Although it will not be released until March, on the one hand, the official announcement of a large number of architecture technologies has been released. What a secret.

Intel 11th generation Core single-core crushes Zen3

Recently, the 11-generation Core flagship i9-11900K has appeared in the GeekBench 5 database. It can be fully confirmed that it will have 8 cores and 16 threads, 4MB of secondary cache (512KB per core), 16MB of tertiary cache, and base frequency of 3.5GHz. The highest acceleration is 5.3GHz (TVB), LGA1200 package interface.

Intel 11th generation Core single-core rolling Zen3: 8 cores comparable to 10 cores

The single-core performance of the test score exceeded 1900, setting a new record. The best one before that was the Ryzen 9 5950X, but it was less than 1700 points. Intel instantly improved by about 13%, compared to i9-10900K. It has increased by as much as 35%!

You know, the acceleration frequency of i9-11900K has not changed compared to i9-10900K, but the reference frequency has been reduced by 200MHz. This shows how terrible the new Cypress Cove architecture is.

In terms of multi-core performance, the i9-11900K has only 8 cores, which is not slick, but it also exceeds 11,000 points. It has been flat with the 10-core i9-10900K, and even has a small lead!

Compared with the same 8-core Ryzen 5 5800X, single-core performance can lead by 13-14%, and multi-core performance can also lead by 5-6%.

Of course, in front of Ryzen, it’s a bit too much to look up. The 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X can easily lead by about 50%.

If Rocket Lake can use high-performance 10nm or even 7nm process, it would be wonderful

it would be wonderful