XFastest HK has claimed to have put an Intel Core i9-11900 ES to the check, utilizing Cinebench R15 and Cinebench R20 to see what the 10-core, 20-thread Comet Lake desktop processor may produce. The outcomes are considerably shocking in how low they’re, contemplating Intel will ultimately; be competing in opposition to AMD’s Zen 3-based Ryzen 4000 collection of desktop processors. To spotlight the variations, the desk beneath consists of the engineering pattern’s outcomes in comparison with the outcomes; we managed to achieve with an AMD Ryzen 9 3900X again in December 2019.
The Intel chip performs comparably to the AMD processor within the single-core assessments; however fully loses its method within the multi-core assessments. After all, there are a number of variables; to be thought-about, such because the elements within the system that options the Intel Core i9-10900 ES and the truth that it’s an engineering pattern. The bottom clock for the ES is 2.50 GHz, whereas the ultimate clock; for the 10-core Comet Lake desktop processors shall be 2.80 GHz. The distinction in TDP additionally needs to be talked about: The Ryzen 9 3900X can depend on 105 W TDP whereas the i9-10900 ES is proscribed to 65 W within the Cinebench assessments.
The AMD processor foes have appreciable benefits over the Intel engineering pattern; on this explicit benchmark instance, together with its two additional cores for enhanced; multi-core efficiency, and there may be undoubtedly room for enchancment earlier than the ultimate product from Staff Blue will be pretty judged. However these outcomes do appear to point that Intel’s Comet Lake components may battle in opposition to AMD’s Zen 2 Matisse chips and can probably be demolished by Ryzen 400 desktop processors.