Intel 11th Gen Core i9-11900 – Bench Test w/B560 Board

The 11900 engineering sample was run under several benchmarks including Cinebench R15, R20, and power consumption tests with AIDA64 with the AVX2 and AVX-512 (AVX3) instruction sets.

For Cinebench R15, the Core i9-11900 (ES) scored 217 in the single-threaded test and 1929 in the multi-threaded test. That’s a similar result to a Core i9 9900K from a few years ago. In Cinebench R20 the 11900 scored 529 points for the single-threaded benchmark and 4683 in the multi-threaded test.

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Intel 11th Gen TDPs – 65W/125W?

Purported TDPs for the Intel 11th Gen “Rocket Lake-S” processors have surfaced in the always reliable realm that is Twitter. Right now, we’re seeing a listing of parts from all 3 Core-iX lines showing expected TDPs of either 65W or 125W. The unlocked K / KF models are all showing a reported, but believable, 125W TDP rating with the remainder hitting 65W. Time will tell how accurate these reports are.

Core i9-11900K – 125W
Core i9-11900 – 65W
Core i9-11900F – 65W
Core i7-11700K – 125W
Core i7-11700KF – 125W
Core i7-11700 – 65W
Core i7-11700F – 65W
Core i5-11600K – 125W
Core i5-11600KF – 125W
Core i5-11400 – 65W
Core i5-11400F – 65W

Intel Core i9-11900 and i9-11900K – 12% IPC Gain?

Benchmark numbers of an upcoming Intel Core i9-11900 (non-K) and i9-11900K processor engineering samples allegedly obtained on CPU-Z Bench reveal that the chip will deliver on the company’s “double-digit IPC gain” promise for the “Rocket Lake” microarchitecture. The i9-11900 (non-K) sample posted a single-threaded performance score of 582 points, while the i9-11900K ES posted 597 points, which are roughly 12% higher than typical CPU-Z Bench single-thread numbers for the current-gen i9-10900 (non-K) and i9-10900K “Comet Lake-S” processors. 

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