The Geekbench test results of the Intel i9-11900K were released last month. In Geekbench 5, the single-core running score of the Core i9-11900K reached 1892 points, which is 32.49% higher than the average running score of the previous generation i9-10900K, which is comparable to the single-core running scores of AMD’s 8-core Ryzen 7 5800X and 16-core Ryzen 9 5950X. But recently more results have started pouring in.
According to a Videocardz report yesterday, no desktop CPU has a single-core running score that can exceed 1900 points, but an unknown machine recently reached this record, scoring a maximum of 1905 points.
We do understand that the computer in question is using an Intel i9-11900K, with the Gigabyte Z490 Aorus Master motherboard and 32GB of DDDR-4 3600 memory. The entire test is run at 5.2 GHz + frequency, occasionally dropping to 5.0-5.19 GHz, it is not clear whether the CPU has been overclocked.
According to the new test results, Intel i9-11900K is 12%-13% faster than AMD 5950X in single-core testing ; however, in multi-core testing, AMD 5950X is 47% faster than the Intel Core i9-11900K due to its huge thread advantage. So guys, are you excited for the upcoming Intel 11th gen lineup of CPUs? Do let us know your opinions on the same in the comments section below! Feel free to subscribe to our newsletter and our push notifications for more timely tech updates, leaks and more!
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