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Intel Core i9-13900 embedded graphics were slower than AMD Radeon Vega 10 in Geekbench OpenCL test

Intel Core i9-13900 embedded graphics were slower than AMD Radeon Vega 10 in Geekbench OpenCL test

The Geekbench OpenCL synthetic test database has revealed performance data on Intel Core 13th generation processor embedded graphics.
The test was conducted on a certain HP PC equipped with an Intel Core i9-13900 processor.
In the OpenCL graphics test, Intel's Embedded showed a score of 9498 points.
This is roughly 93% lower than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 discrete graphics card.image source: PC-Magazin.eThe Raptor Lake processor has 32 execution units running at 1.65 GHz.
The current flagship Core i9-12900 has an Intel UHD Graphics 770 \"embedded\" with the same number of execution units, but running at 100 MHz lower or 6.5% slower.
One would expect the Raptor Lake integrated graphics core to be about 6.5 percent slower than the Alder Lake graphics due to this.
But in practice, the iGPU of the 13th generation Intel Core processor turned out to be only 2.6% faster.
Source image: GeekbankshIn comparison with the closest competitors, Raptor Lake graphics turned out to be slower than AMD Radeon Vega 10, NVIDIA GeForce MX350 entry-level discrete mobile graphics card or the same GeForce GTX 750 and Radeon RX 540 \"embedded\".
On the other hand, keep in mind that the test was most likely conducted on the Raptor Lake engineering sample and the final figures of the integrated graphics performance may differ, though hardly significantly.Image source: Tom's HardwareAdd that the test once again confirmed that the Core i9-13900 processor has 24 physical cores with support for 32 virtual threads and runs in the 2 to 5.3 GHz frequency range.
It is also reported to carry 36 Mbytes of L3 cache memory on board.The official announcement of the Intel Raptor Lake series of chips will take place at the end of this month.
They are rumored to go on sale in mid-October, along with new Intel 700-series motherboards.

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