Based on a Tweet by @BenchLeaks, Intel’s first Raptor Lake T mannequin has appeared on the radar, that includes some potential stellar outcomes. The chip is named the i7-13700T. The T variants of Intel’s chips function extraordinarily low energy consumption – akin to that of cell chips with a 35W TDP. The i7-13700T was in a position to pull off scores quicker than the Ryzen 7 5800X and match the i5-12600K whereas consuming far much less energy.
|CPU Fashions:||Single-Core Outcomes||Multi-Core Outcomes||Single-Core Distinction||Multi-Core Distinction|
|Core i7-13700T 35W||1939||11564||100%||100%|
|Ryzen 7 5800X||1669||10316||14% Slower||11% Slower|
|Core i5-12600K||1858||11634||4% Slower||0.6% Sooner|
|Core i7-13700K||1909||14157||2% Slower||22% Sooner|
We do not have official specs on the brand new half simply but, so take the info with a pinch of salt, however in accordance with Geekbench, the 13700T incorporates a extremely low base clock of 1.4 GHz as a result of 35W TDP. However to compensate, the chip incorporates a considerably larger increase clock of 4.8 GHz – which is exceptionally excessive for a T chip. This may be attributed to Raptor Lake’s new efficiency cores that are already boosting past 5.5 GHz on the upper finish SKUs.
Apart from this distinction, the i7-13700T options the very same core specs as its extra power-hungry counterparts, that includes 8 P cores and eight E cores.
|Mannequin||Cores:||Enhance||Base Energy||Max Turbo Energy|
|i9-13900K||24 – 8P + 16E||5.8GHz Max Enhance||125W||253W|
|i7-13700K||16 – 8P +8E||5.4GHz Max Enhance||125W||253W|
|i7-13700T||16 – 8P +8E||4.8GHz Max Enhance||35W||N/A|
In comparison with different Raptor Lake elements, the facility discount of the T mannequin is substantial with an influence discount of 72% at its base. For peak turbo increase energy we do not know what Intel’s limits are. However presumably, the chip can spike past 70 or 80W for temporary intervals of time, to hit these very excessive clocks.
Nonetheless, if peak turbo energy is beneath 100W, that’s nonetheless considerably much less energy in comparison with the 253W peak increase energy on the 13700K and 13900K – and nonetheless much less in comparison with AMD Ryzen 5000 sequence chips.
However do not let its low TDP idiot you, the 13700T appears to be a surprisingly quick chip that packs a punch for its weight class. The chip pulls in a really respectable single-core rating of 1,939 factors, and a multi-core rating of 11,564 factors.
With scores like these, the 13700T ought to have the ability to beat some very potent opponents together with AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800X in each single and multi-threaded rating by 12% to 16%, in addition to Intel’s personal Core i5-12600K – beating it within the single core rating by 5% and virtually matching it within the multi-core rating.
Surprisingly the 13700T additionally scores a win in opposition to the Core i7-12700K, and beats it within the single-core rating by a hair. Nevertheless, the chip could not match the 12700K’s larger energy envelope within the multi-threaded rating.
All in all, if this bench is to be believed, the 13700T is displaying us a really totally different aspect to Intel’s Raptor Lake microarchitecture now we have not seen earlier than. With Intel continually pushing the facility envelope larger and better with Alder Lake, and now with Raptor Lake – that includes the best official turbo energy specification’s we have ever seen earlier than, it appears that evidently all Intel cares about is larger efficiency with no regards to energy consumption.
However, the 13700T exhibits us that the Raptor Lake structure will be tuned again for effectivity functions as nicely, and do a surprisingly good job at crunching numbers whereas sipping energy like.
Sadly all now we have now are Geekbench 5 outcomes, which will not inform us the entire story concerning the 13700T’s true efficiency. However hopefully we’ll get to see this chip once more in different benchmarks quickly, to see what it could actually do at 35W.