It’s not every day that a software company that specializes in benchmarking software decides to compile the performance data of unreleased products found in their online database, but this is what SiSoftware just did for the Intel Core i9-12900K. So far, it’s a limited set of tests that have been run on the CPU and what we’re looking at here is a set of task specific benchmarks. SiSoftware doesn’t provide any system details, so take these numbers for what they are.

The benchmarks consist of three categories, Vector SIMD Native, Cryptographic Native and Financial Analysis Native. Not all tests have been run on the Core i9-12900K and SiSoftware themselves admit that they don’t have enough data points to draw any final conclusions. Unlike other supposedly leaked benchmark figures, the Core i9-12900K doesn’t look like a clear winner here, as it barely beats the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X in some tests, while it’s beaten by it and even the Core i9-11900K in other tests. It should be noted that the Core i9-11900K does use AVX512 where supported which gives it a performance advantage to the other CPUs in some tests. We’ll let you make up your own mind here, but one thing is certain, we’re going to have to wait for proper reviews before the race is over and a winner is crowned.



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