Over at VideoCardz, several slides of information detailing the full specifications along with high level performance numbers have been posted, courtesy of a Weibo user. As we’ve already seen several early reviews hit the web thus far, most of this is none to surprising. The slides claim 8-14% gains in gaming between the 11900K and 10900K, allowing them to surpass the AMD Ryzen 5 5900X by single digits overall. We’ll see if these pan out, but if we’re talking low to mid single digit gains, I’d still lean towards the Ryzen processor from a power efficiency perspective. We’ll see how the reviews pan out at the end of the month with, hopefully, better production BIOS’ for these new chips.