Intel is ready to bring in their upcoming processors, Rocket Lake-S, during this very month. However, before launching the processor, a few tests have been carried out, which brings some sad news. The test results bring in more negative news rather than any positive ones. The 8-core processor by intel will regain Intel’s crown in gaming, which AMD snatched a few months ago. Intel has always given a better performance in multi-core processors as compared to AMD.
Intel will use their 14nm chip in their Rocket Lake-S CPUs. These chips will be made to work at their maximum capacity. It will also be the last time we will see Intel using their age-old 14nm chips for their CPUs.
Rocket Lake-S by Intel brings good results in single-core but the opposite in multi-core.
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Intel’s efficiency is going down slowly for some time now. According to a few leaks, the 11th Gen processors for the desktop are not as capable as compared to that of AMD Ryzen processors.
@TUM_APISAk has been able to find out the latest Intel Core i9-11900K in the CPU-Z list of benchmarks. The scores he found there show that Intel is in deep trouble.
The competitor of Intel’s Core i9-11900K is the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X. The difference in both the CPUs’ scores shows how AMD is so well equipped to draw in less power than Intel. The processor by Intel has managed a score of 716 pints in the single-core benchmark category, and in the multi-core benchmark category, it has scored 6539 points. In spite of the Intel processors being clocked at higher speeds than AMD, the scores still have come very dissatisfying.
The only thing which is helping Intel right now is that being clocked at higher speeds; the single-core can perform well in gaming. But that is the only thing about which the company can boast about. AMD Ryzen 7 5800X can easily beat the scores of Intel’s processor in the multi-core category. The scores of the AMD CPU in single-core is 661 points and in multi-core is 6578 points.
There is a difference of 55 points in the category of single-core. This difference does not look like a big one, but Intel takes in more power than AMD when it comes to power consumption.