Raptor Lake convinces in new tests against the Ryzen 7000

Raptor Lake convinces in new tests against the Ryzen 7000

It is now just over a week before the launch on the market of the new Raptor Lake processors and the first comparative benchmarks with the Ryzen 7000 CPUs, now available for purchase for several days, are already beginning to emerge. The first of these was shared by the HXL insider and concerns some tests carried out with Blender. The ranking sees Intel well positioned compared to AMD, with the Core i5-13600K and the i7-13700K ahead of the Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X by a good margin. At the same time the Core i7-13700K is very close to the Ryzen 9 7900X, which in turn is very detached from the Core i9-13900K which is positioned behind the top of the range AMD Ryzen 9 7950X by a whisker.

Blender Benchmark Opendata

13900K 557.66 V3.3.0

13700K 429.7 v3.2.1

13600K 358.18 V3.3.0

7950X 607.53 V3.3.0

7900X 462.39 V3.3.0

7700X 305.51 V3.3.0

7600X 234.65 V3.3.0 https://t.co/fFEP2Pfcgd

- HXL (@ 9550pro) October 10 , 2022

The Ryzen 9 7950X seems to be the only one capable of beating the Core i9-13900K at this juncture, proving to be 9% faster than the top of the Intel range, while the Ryzen 9 7900X is only 7.6% faster than the Core i7-13700K. The situation all in all seems to smile at Intel and its hybrid architecture, which according to the latest rumors could offer its Raptor Lake at a lower price than that currently requested for the Ryzen 7000.| ); }
The new 13th generation Core processors seem to every way already competitive and there is no doubt that Intel has all the potential to do better than the past generation Alder Lake.