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Intel Core i9 9900K Benchmark Results Appear on Geekbench4

Intel Core i9 9900K Benchmark Results

Benchmark results for Intel’s soon-to-be released 9000-series high end CPU, the Core i9 9900K just appeared on Geekbench4 yesterday. The results were submitted from a Windows 10 machine. Time will tell how it compares versus Linux as it’s been proven that Linux is currently smoking Windows when it comes to high core counts in the benchmark category.

The 9000-series from Intel is part of the Coffee Lake S refresh expecting to happen later this year.

Here are the detailed results based on the original submission on Geekbench4:

Benchmark Results for the Intel Core i9 9900K

Single-Core Score Multi-Core Score
6248 33037
Geekbench 4.2.3 Tryout for Windows x86 (64-bit)

Result Information

Upload Date September 07 2018 02:16 PM
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System Information

System Information
Operating System Microsoft Windows 10 Pro (64-bit)
Model System manufacturer System Product Name
Motherboard ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. ROG MAXIMUS X HERO
Memory 16384 MB -1MHz
Northbridge Intel ID3E30 0A
Southbridge Intel Z370 00
BIOS American Megatrends Inc. 1602
Processor Information
Name Intel Core i9-9900K
Topology 1 Processor, 8 Cores, 16 Threads
Identifier GenuineIntel Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 12
Base Frequency 3.60 GHz
Maximum Frequency 5.00 GHz
Package Socket 1151 LGA
Codename Kaby Lake
L1 Instruction Cache 32.0 KB x 8
L1 Data Cache 32.0 KB x 8
L2 Cache 256 KB x 8
L3 Cache 16.0 MB x 1

Single-Core Performance

Single-Core Score 6248
Crypto Score 5681
Integer Score 6240
Floating Point Score 6015
Memory Score 6757

Multi-Core Performance

Multi-Core Score 33037
Crypto Score 19323
Integer Score 41590
Floating Point Score 39586
Memory Score 7401

Overall, pretty good performance. We’re looking at around 25% higher multi-threaded and 30% higher single threaded scores than a stock, non-overclocked 2700x. At this point it’s starting to make more and more sense why the Intel Core i9 is becoming the new mainstream replacement for the Core i7.

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