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Intel: Rocket Lakes show up in many tests

Intel: Rocket Lakes show up in many tests

At the end of this year, we are particularly well spoiled regarding leaks on the next 11th generation Intel processors: the Rocket Lake. New, more in-depth tests are coming in today.

Rocket Lake’s performances on Cinebench and 3DMark

Getting started harukaze on twitter, a user of the Chinese site chiphell who has visibly got his hands on several Rocket Lake processors and shared his results under different benchmarks such as Cinebench or 3DMark. We also have another consumption and temperature test. We are in the presence of 3 ES (engineering sample ) processors, each with 8 cores and 16 threads: an i9 11900K (QV1K ) with 3.4 GHz base frequency and 4.8 GHz boost in a 125W PDT, an i9 11900 (QVTE ) with 1.8 GHz base frequency and 4.5 GHz boost in a 65W PDT and finally an i7 11700 (QV1J ) with 1.8 GHz base frequency and 4.4 GHz boost in a 65W PDT. The test platform is a B560 (model not specified) with XMP enabled at 3600MHz, Intel having enabled memory overclocking on the next B560 range, all cooled by 360mm watercooling R23 Rocket Lake ES

Let’s start with Cinebench R23. Despite their low frequencies, the 11700 ES and 11900 ES have similar or better performance than the 9900k and 10700k in both single and multi-core. The 11900K ES reaches the level of the 5800X (with PBO activated) in mono core, but stays behind in multi core. timespy Rocket Lake ES

On 3DMark Time Spy, victory this time goes to Intel, where the 11900K ES is first on the list, closely followed by the 5800X and 10700K. As for the 11700 ES and 11900 ES, they are both behind the 9900K.

Intel Rocket lake consumption and temperatures

Let’s now move on to AIDA64 to see different consumption and temperature tests.

It’s a big surprise on the temperature side, where the 3 Rocket Lakes show up as the coldest with temperatures between 60 and 64 degrees (without using theAVX512 which increases the temperatures by about 10 degrees). They manage to be below 10700K and 9900K respectively at 74 and 84 degrees, and well below 5800X reaching 90 degrees. consommations Rocket Lake S

As far as power consumption is concerned, the same trend can be seen, the 3 Rocket Lake processors are among the processors using the least power (without AVX512), with 124W and 131W for the 11700 ES and 11900 ES against 158W and 181W for the 10700K and 9900K. The 11900K ES, on the other hand, is 143W, a little more than the 137W obtained by the 5800X. Other results and benchmarks are to be discovered directly at chiphell.

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