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Intel i9-9900K Cinebench Score leaks via YouTube Video

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Intel i9-9900K Cinebench Score leaks via YouTube Video

Intel i9-9900K Cinebench Score leaks via YouTube Video

Intel's i9-9900K, the company's planned 8-core, 16-thread successor to the Coffee Lake i7-8700K, has been showcased on video by HKEPC's Lau Kin Lam, who showcased the processor clocked at 5GHz.  

In this video, Intel's i9-9900K is able to achieve a multi-threaded score of 2166, a score that is extremely similar to a stock i9-7900X processor, a 10-core Skylake-X series processor. 

When compared to AMD's 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 7 2700X (which scored 1836 in out internal testing in Cinebench R15), Intel's i9-9900K delivers a score that is around 330 more points in Cinebench's Multi-core test, though it is worth noting that Intel's CPU is overclocked in this instance. Even so, this 5GHz i9-9900K score represents a performance boost of around 18% over a stock AMD Ryzen 7 2700X. 

Sadly, this video doesn't contain a single-threaded benchmark score, though it is likely that this score would be somewhere in the region of 220 points, as this is what we have achieved with Intel's i7-8700K at 5GHz. Intel's i9-9900K is based on Intel's Coffee Lake architecture, making IPC gains unlikely. 




Intel's i9-9900K is expected to release sometime within the next few months alongside the company's new Z390 series motherboard chipset. 9000 series CPUs will also be supported on other 300-series chipsets, including Z370 if they contain an up to date BIOS which supports Intel' latest processors.    

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18-09-2018, 06:08:53

tolagarf
When is this CPU getting released? All these leaks are getting silly, I wish Intel would just get those reviews out now...Quote

18-09-2018, 06:19:46

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
When is this CPU getting released? All these leaks are getting silly, I wish Intel would just get those reviews out now...
These leaks are because Intel is not ready. They are leaking stuff like this to keep people from buying AMD and make them wait.

Intel are having supply issues.Quote

18-09-2018, 08:19:07

tinytomlogan
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
These leaks are because Intel is not ready. They are leaking stuff like this to keep people from buying AMD and make them wait.

Intel are having supply issues.

None of the dates have changed.....Quote

18-09-2018, 08:19:31

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
These leaks are because Intel is not ready. They are leaking stuff like this to keep people from buying AMD and make them wait.

Intel are having supply issues.
Exactly. Also "leaks" - when everything is being "leaked" it is no longer a leak. This is on purpose by Intel. Same thing with the NVIDIA "leaks" for RTX that were happening.

Luckily on that note we will get some real world testing and info/graphs shortly in a few days thanks to sites like OC3D Quote

18-09-2018, 08:31:35

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
None of the dates have changed.....
No, but I would hazard a guess and say that Intel would have liked to have released it already. They are giving AMD a massive head start, giving them so long to sell their new CPUs with no reply.

Mind you that being said Intel seem to be on a different planet when it comes to prices, so even if they were out they still wouldn't sell anywhere near as many as they would have before Ryzen crashed the party.

I think after all of these years people are finally beginning to realise you don't need a top end CPU for gaming.Quote
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