The Ryzen 9 7950X finishes up a substantial 23.47% a lot quicker than the leaked rating of the Core i7-13700K (8P+8E), and the AMD flagship scores 33.5% speedier than the past-gen Intel flagship Main i9-12900K. Although each the i7-13700K and i9-12900K are 8P+8E, the “Raptor Lake” will get forward with higher IPC for the P-cores, a little bit larger clocks, and extra cache for the E-core clusters. The 7950X is also 32.12% faster than its predecessor, the Ryzen 9 5950X “Zen 3,” and a whopping 58.39% quicker than the Main i7-12700K (8P+4E).
One can start out to reveal Intel’s direct with its core-rely of 24. The “Gracemont” E-cores are no slouch, and in our “Alder Lake” tests, have been seen carefully trailing the IPC of “Skylake” cores. The “Raptor Lake” as 16 of these, generating the processor 24-main/32-thread. The 7950X is a 16-core/32-thread chip in comparison, made fully up of what Intel would contemplate P-cores. The web-functionality of Intel’s 8P and 16E cores ends up a bit forward of AMD’s 16 P-cores.