The Geekbench synthetic test database produced two recent results from the performance test of the 14-nuclear CPU Core i5-13600K of the Raptor Lake series.
In the first case, the engineering sample Core i5-13600K was tested on the ASUS operating DDR5, the second test used the ASRock and DDR4 fees. Both results were tested for authenticity. It was previously known that the Core i5-13600K had six productive P-nuclears, Raptor Cove, and eight energy efficient Gracemont kernels.
On the ASRock motherboard, the chip frequency ranged from 5.05 to 5.1 GHz. It is very likely that the second result represents the processor's work in manual acceleration.
In one-time tests, the processor scored 1980 and 2012 points, and in the multi-directional score 14425 and 16054 points respectively. The following is a graph comparing the single- and multi-track performance of the different Geekbench 5 processor models, prepared by Twitter user @harukase5719.
If you look at the results from the ASUS, the engineering sample Core i5-13600K was about 8% faster at one-way performance than Core i5-12600K and up to 38% faster than the predecessor in the multiflow.