Intel Core i9-9900K tested in 3DMark

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By far the most important processor from the 9th generation Intel Core has just appeared in the 3DMark database. How did the performance of the phenomenally promising Intel Core i9-9900K fare in the TimeSpy test?

At the beginning, I would like to mention that the representatives of the 9th generation of Intel processors have been promising for a long time, but it is the i9-9900K system that everyone has the greatest hopes for a significant leap in performance. After all, this model will be more powerful than the limited i7-8086K … which, however, turned out not to be very efficient. Will the performance in 3DMark TimeSpy erase the not-so-glorious performance of the i7-9700K from the pre-release test? As a reminder, the i9-9900K will have 8 physical cores (just like that – this is Intel’s first consumer processor with this number of cores) supporting Hyper-Threading technology. Its base clock is expected to reach 3.6 GHz, but this one will increase to 4.7 in boost mode for all cores.

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Cool numbers, huh? Let’s move on to what follows from them. Well … quite a lot, although the noticeable advantage over the Ryzen 7 2700X in such synthetics is not very reliable. On the basic Intel Core i9-9900K clock it reached 10,916 points and 36.68 FPS, and on the 4.8 GHz clock – 11459 points and 38.50 FPS. If we compare it to the best AMD proposal, i.e. the mentioned Ryzen 7 2700X systems, we will notice a difference of 3.96 FPS and 1174 points. On the one hand, it heralds an advantage in games … but what? We simply cannot predict this.

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