13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900KS Special Edition Processor (24C/32T, 6 GHz) Tested in CPU-Z

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Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger teased the Core i9-13900KS yesterday, a desktop processor that would be able to hit clocks as high as 6 GHz right out of the box, and now, less than a day later, alleged benchmarks for the upcoming Raptor Lake flagship have surfaced courtesy of a user on China’s Bilibili. The CPU can purportedly reach 982.5 in CPU-Z’s single-core test, and 18,453 in its multi-core test.

If true, here’s how the Core i9-13900KS should compare against the standard versions of the flagship, according to numbers gathered by VideoCardz:

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Intel revealed its 13th Gen Intel Core processor family yesterday, starting at $294 for the 14C/20T Core i5-13600KF and headlined by the 24C/32T Core i9-13900K, which will cost $589. They will be available starting on October 20, alongside Z790 motherboards.

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Tsing Mui
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