More Intel Core i5 11600K, Core i9 11900K Benchmarks
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 31 March 2021 at 06:35 AM EDT. 4 Comments
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Along with our Intel Core i5 11600K + Core i9 11900K Linux review from yesterday with 22 pages of benchmarks, even more performance data is now published and continues to flow in via OpenBenchmarking.org for looking at the Intel Rocket Lake performance across hundreds of benchmarks and compared to many other processors we have tested and that of the community.

Via Intel Core i9 11900K on OpenBenchmarking.org you can see immediately the benchmarks where the i9-11900K is performing very well compared to all other public results on OpenBenchmarking.org and the areas where it's less competitive. Many of those areas outlined in yesterday's review. Similarly, there is the entry for the Intel Core i5 11600K as well.

Or if interested in just specific workloads of relevance to your computing needs navigate to say the timed kernel compilation, Blender, srsLTE, or other individual test profiles (benchmark) pages. Where there is multiple data points from multiple separate occasions run and statistically significant data collected, there should be the i5-11600K and i9-11900K in the composite rankings to show how these Rocket Lake CPUs stack up against other CPUs with sufficient test data.

Or similarly you can go carry out your own comparison with the composite results like looking at the i7-2700K vs. i7-5775C vs. i7-7700K vs. i7-8700K vs. i9-9900K vs. i9-10900K vs. i9-11900K with tests/versions in common among them and enough data accumulated. Or you can also build your own comparison. From those pages you can also build performance-per-dollar graphs by simply entering your desired/local/available pricing.


Or making use of other OpenBenchmarking.org features and plugging in our data from yesterday's review, you can also run breakdowns like seeing from our launch day review data the tests where the i9-11900K can outperform the Ryzen 9 5950X, among other comparison possibilities.

With the Phoronix Test Suite you can also run your own benchmark comparisons directly against the published Rocket Lake benchmark data so far.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more Intel Rocket Lake benchmarks on Linux (and BSD) on Phoronix in the days ahead as well as more data continuing to be uploaded to OpenBenchmarking.org.
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