Intel Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake CPU benchmarks leak: Over 50% faster than 12500
Intel Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake CPU benchmarks have been leaked and show a huge multi-threaded improvement over its predecessor.
Intel Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake CPU delivers over 50% multi-threaded performance vs. Core i5-12500 in dropout benchmarks
The benchmarks were leaked by content creator Bilibili, 歪嘴多迪, who managed to get ES samples of the Intel Core i5-13500 and Core i5-13400 ahead of their launch next month. The Intel Core i5-13500 CPU will be part of the Raptor Lake lineup and features 6 performance cores and 8 efficiency cores for a total of 14 cores and 20 threads. This is the same thread count as the Intel Core i7-12700K but the Alder Lake chip has more performance cores. There is also 24MB of L3 cache and 11.5MB of L2 cache onboard the chip.
Clock speeds for the Intel Core i5-13500 CPU are maintained at 4.4GHz all cores and up to 4.9GHz single core for P-Cores while the e-cores run at 3.3GHz and 3.4GHz boost clocks. In the previously leaked specs, we knew that the chip will run at a base clock of 2.5GHz and a boost clock of 4.8GHz.
The Intel Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake Desktop CPU was tested on an ONDA B660M motherboard with a pair of DDR4-3600 memory but due to a BIOS glitch the CPU was limited to only DDR4-3200 speeds. The CPU also boasts a 65W PL1 TDP and should increase to 125W in its maximum power profile.
In terms of performance, the Intel Core i5-13500 CPU appears to be a beast of a budget segment. It delivers over 50% performance gains in both CPU-z and Cinebench R23 benchmarks on multi-threaded workloads. In single-core benchmarks, the chip offers a 7-10% improvement which is also great since the CPU will cost almost the same as its predecessor.
To summarize the criteria:
- Core i5-13500 vs. Core i5-12500 (CPU-z MT): +41%
- Core i5-13500 vs. Core i5-12400 (CPU-z MT): +44%
- Core i5-13500 vs. Ryzen 5 7600X (CPU-z MT): +28%
- Core i5-13500 vs. Core i5-12500 (CBR23 MT): + 53%
- Core i5-13500 vs. Core i5-12400 (CBR23 MT): + 56%
- Core i5-13500 vs. Ryzen 5 7600X (CBR23 MT): +29%
In terms of power and temperature, the Intel Core i5-13500 Raptor Lake CPU seems to have settled around 69-72C using a dual-tower heatsink with a fan on one side. The maximum power used reached 165W but only when using the Furmark CPU stress test. In gaming workloads, the power consumption will be around 100 watts or even less. There is also a bug showing the chip hovering around the 111C mark in AIDA64 but the chip was never throttled and all the cores were running at much lower temperatures. Errors like this are to be expected due to the ES2 nature of the chip.
The fact that users will be able to run the chip on any LGA 1700-socket motherboard with both DDR5 and DDR4 support means that it will become one of the most popular gaming chips and a very competitive chip in the sub-$250 price range. We previously mentioned in our exclusive report that Intel B760 motherboards and 13th Gen Non-K CPUs will be launching at CES 2023 on January 3rd, so stay tuned for more information.
Starting Prices Intel Gen 13 Non-K & Core i9-13900KS (PC-Canada):
|CPU name||Canadian price (introductory)||US dollar conversion|
|Intel Core i9-13900KS||$971.99||$725|
|Intel Core i9-13900||$818.99||$615|
|Intel Core i9-13900F||$781.99||$585|
|Intel Core i7-13700||$556.99||$415|
|Intel Core i7-13700F||$519.99||$390|
|Intel Core i5-13500||$343.99||$258|
|Intel Core i5-13400||$328.99||$245|
|Intel Core i5-13400F||$291.99||$218|
|Intel Core i3-13100||$205.99||$155|
|Intel Core i3-13100F||$168.99||$125|
News source: HardwareNexus
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