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A purported Intel Core i9-13900K has been reviewed, with comparative benchmarks, on a Chinese social media video platform. In the tests, it manages to pull ahead of its Alder Lake predecessor by on average 10% in single-threaded workloads and 35% in multi-threaded workloads.

According to the Bilibili video by Extreme Player, the Raptor Lake chip under scrutiny appears to have Performance cores (P-cores) with a base clock of 3.0 GHz, an all P-cores turbo clock of 5.5 GHz, and a dual-P-core turbo speed of 5.8 GHz. The chip, which is compared directly against an i9-12900KF, is said to be a QS (Qualification Sample) version, which is a significant step closer to being ready for consumers compared to earlier engineering samples.

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