At the beginning of next year, Intel plans on adding a new Core i9-13900KS processor, which will become the frequency diffusion holder. It’s the first production processor with this high frequency of the Intel Core i9-13900KS and the Intel Core i9-13900K. The difference between this and the Intel Core i9-13900K is a 6 GHz Boost mode.
The first test of the Intel Core i9-13900KS in Geekbench have already begun on the Internet; now the newcomer has been tested in Cinebench R23. The single-threaded result of the Intel Core i9-13900KS was 2366 points, and the multi-threaded score was 40998 points. These results are 5 % and 3 % higher than Intel Core i9-13900K. The difference between AMD and Ryzen 9 7950X is 15%, but 8% are more complex.
Both Intel processors have 8 cores with HT (16 threads) and 16 power efficient cores. For the KS, the frequency of production and base frequencies have been increased by 200 MHz. The maximum Boost of the productive cores of an i9-13900K processor is 5.8 GHz. The KS version is 3% faster and gives the same speed as the multi-threaded test. Intel Core i9-13900KS has a base TDP of 150W. The daily Core i9-13900K has a base value of 125W with a maximum capacity of 235W.
There is rumor that Intel is likely to introduce the Core i9-13900KS at CES 2023.
Source:Certifica del Conao.