CPU tests presented later
Core i7-13700K and Ryzen 7 5800X3D gaming benchmarks
With the Core i5-13600K and Core i9-13900K, we have an entry-level and top-end model Raptor Lake K-Series has already been tested, but the Core i7-13700K was still missing. We want to get a grip on this today. they left shortly before Ryzen 7000 processor at launch And we have tests for that too. There were some changes in the reviews – among other things in the game benchmarks and it was missing until now. Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which complements the AM4 platform. In this sense too, now we want to complete the picture.
September and October have been exciting months for hardware enthusiasts. Some new announcements were made for both the processor and GPU. With all this testing, and given that there are only 24 hours in our days, we’ve got to leave a few gaps here and there. Our original Ryzen 7 5800X3D sample had to be sent back to AMD. Unfortunately, it was not possible to borrow it again, so we bought the gaming processor ourselves.
The criticism of not including the Ryzen 7 5800X3D in the updated gaming benchmarks was justified. So now we want to do it again. In the synthetic benchmark you will now get the Core i7-13700K and in the gaming benchmark you will also get the value of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
The K(F) models are the only Raptor Lake processors launched so far. Here we were still missing the Core i7-13700K.
|Corner||l3 cache||L2 cache||tvb||boost 3.0||boost clock||base clock||base power||turbo power||worth|
|Core i9-13900KS||8p+16e||36 MB||32 MB||6.0GHz||5.7GHz||5.4/4.3GHz||3.0/2.2GHz||125 W||253 W||,|
|Core i9-13900K||8p+16e||36 MB||32 MB||5.8GHz||5.7GHz||5.4/4.3GHz||3.0/2.2GHz||125 W||253 W||725 euro|
|Core i9-13900KF||8p+16e||36 MB||32 MB||5.8GHz||5.7GHz||5.4/4.3GHz||3.0/2.2GHz||125 W||253 W||675 euro|
|Core i7-13700K||8p+8e||30 MB||24 MB||,||5.4GHz||5.3/4.2GHz||3.4/2.5GHz||125 W||253 W||468 Euro|
|Core i7-13700KF||8p+8e||30 MB||24 MB||,||5.4GHz||5.3/4.2GHz||3.4/2.5GHz||125 W||253 W||449 euro|
|Core i5-13600K||6p+8e||24 MB||20 MB||,||,||5.1/3.9GHz||3.5/2.6GHz||125 W||181 W||362 euro|
|Core i5-13600KF||6p+8e||24 MB||20 MB||,||,||5.1/3.9GHz||3.5/2.6GHz||125 W||181 W||339 euro|
As can be seen from the model name, the Core i7-13700K sits right in between the Core i5-13600K and the Core i9-13900K. Like the top model, it offers eight performance cores, but has to do without half of the efficiency cores. So here we see an 8P+8E configuration. The cache is a bit smaller due to the lower number of cores. There’s no thermal velocity boost, with individual cores reaching up to 5.4GHz via Boost 3.0. PL1 is officially 125 W, PL2 is set at 253 W by Intel. Depending on which mainboard settings are selected, the processors run with 253 W asynchronously or permanently – also for the PL1. Cost of Core i7-13700K, with an integrated graphics unit 468 Eurowithout these 449 euro,
Review: Ryzen 7 5800X3D
With an additional 64MB of L3 cache, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D cuts a pretty decent figure, especially in games. All the users who are still on the AM4 platform are provided with a good opportunity to update their systems for the last time. In some respects, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D is still faster than the new Ryzen 7000 processors based on the Zen 4 architecture. But we’ll get to benchmarks later.
|Corner||bass / boost||l3 cache||TDP||worth|
|Ryzen 9 7900X||12||4.7/5.6GHz||64 MB||170 W||514 euro|
|Ryzen 7 5800X3D||8||3.4/4.5GHz||96 MB||105 W||359 euro|
|Ryzen 7 7700X||8||4.5/5.4GHz||32 MB||105 W||383 Euro|
Ryzen 7 5800X3D is faster not only in games, but also with 359 euro Relatively cheap too. The Ryzen 7000 series should also receive one or more X3D models. An announcement is expected in early 2023.
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