News on January 18th: Intel recently released the 13th generation Core HX series high-performance mobile processors with a primary power consumption of 55W on January 3rd. The Core i9-13980HX flagship model has a turbo frequency of up to 5.6GHz and it comes with 32 threads. Now, a Tech publication Jarrod’sTech has released the Cinebench R23 performance score of this processor.
According to reports, Jarrod’sTech used MSI’s GE78 HX 2023 gaming notebook equipped with an Intel Core i9-13980HX processor. The Cinebench R23 single-core score reached 2135 points, and the multi-core score reached 30498 points.
Compared with ASUS Scar 17 SE’s Intel Core i9- 12950HX the core performance has improved by 6% and 30% respectively. We learned that the 13th generation Core HX series mobile processors have a maximum specification of 8 performance cores + 16 energy efficiency cores, and support DDR5-5600 Hz and DDR4-3200 Hz memory. This series of processors are not frequency-locked, and support memory XMP 3.0 overclocking.
In terms of connectivity, this series of processors supports PCIe 5.0*16. It has up to two independent Thunderbolt 4 controllers and supports Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth low-power audio. New Notebooks equipped with 13th-generation Core HX series processors are expected to be available in February.
According to Intel’s official data, the Core i9-13950HX single-thread performance can be expected to be up by 11%, and the multi-tasking processor performance might be increased by up to 49%. The Gaming performance is expected to be increased by up to 12%.
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