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Intel Core i5 9600K Benchmark Results Appear on Geekbench4

Intel Core i5 9600K Benchmark Results

Yesterday we reported that the Intel Core i9-9900K benchmarks recently appeared on Geekbench4. Today benchmark results for the Intel Core i5 9600K were listed. The results were submitted from a Windows 10 machine equipped with 16GB of DDR4 memory. The new Core i5 CPU and memory was housed in a Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING 2.0 motherboard.

The new Intel Coffee Lake 9000-series are due to arrive later this year and will be released with the new Intel Z390 chipset motherboards.

Intel Core i5 9600K Benchmark Results

Single-Core Score Multi-Core Score
6027 23472
Geekbench 4.2.3 Tryout for Windows x86 (64-bit)

Result Information

Upload Date September 08 2018 01:55 PM
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System Information

System Information
Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
Model Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING 2.0
Motherboard Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. Z370 AORUS ULTRA GAMING 2.0-CF
Memory 16384 MB DDR4 SDRAM 1800MHz
Northbridge Intel Coffee Lake 0A
Southbridge Intel Z370 00
BIOS American Megatrends Inc. F4
Processor Information
Name Intel Core i5-9600K
Topology 1 Processor, 6 Cores
Identifier GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 12
Base Frequency 3.70 GHz
Maximum Frequency 4.60 GHz
Package Socket 1151 LGA
Codename Kaby Lake
L1 Instruction Cache 32.0 KB x 3
L1 Data Cache 32.0 KB x 3
L2 Cache 256 KB x 3
L3 Cache 9.00 MB x 1

Single-Core Performance

Single-Core Score 6027
Crypto Score 5598
Integer Score 5918
Floating Point Score 5647
Memory Score 6952

Multi-Core Performance

Multi-Core Score 23472
Crypto Score 18256
Integer Score 28485
Floating Point Score 27370
Memory Score 7651

Performance over the Intel Core i5 8600K appears pretty marginal which is likely due to the slightly higher clock speeds found in the i5 9600k (3.7GHz vs 3.6HGz). As far as overclocking goes, I would expect that the 9600K would overclock just as well as the 8600k. However, the one advantage the 9600K cpu might have is that according to recent reports the 9000-series CPUs will have soldered lids which will help with thermal conductivity.

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