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Raptor Lake shows off its power. The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

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The Chinese resource Expreview published a review and a large number of tests of the promising Core i9-13900 processor. More precisely, the CPU with the designation ES1 participated in the tests – this is an early engineering sample. Nevertheless, despite this, the processor performed very well.

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

The Core i9-13900 configuration has 8 high-performance and 16 power-efficient cores. The former are based on the new Raptor Cove architecture, the latter are based on the same Gracemont that is used in the energy-efficient Alder Lake cores. The engineering sample has a total of 36MB of cache, 6MB more than the Core i9-12900K.

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

Since an early engineering sample of the Core i9-13900 was tested, its frequencies are also lower than those of the production version. So, high-performance cores operated at a frequency of 1.4-3.8 GHz, energy efficient – at a frequency of 1.0 to 2.0 GHz. Expreview tested the CPU at the same frequency for the purity of the experiment. The test build included an Asus ROG Maximus Z690 Extreme motherboard and 32 GB of RAM at 2600 MHz (5200 MT/s). It is noted that the BIOS is not optimized for Rptor Lake (of course, there are still three months before the release of these CPUs), however, the CPU was supported by the motherboard.

In Cinebench R20 and R23, the promising CPU lost to the Core i9-12900K by about 10% in a single-threaded test, but at the same time, performance in multi-threaded tests turned out to be 25% higher / But we are talking about an early engineering sample.

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

In general, in most test applications, the Core i9-13900 was faster.

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K
Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K
Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K
Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

In games, the situation is as follows: Raptor Lake is either on par with Alder Lake, or inferior, but slightly.

Raptor Lake shows off its power.  The 65-watt Core i9-13900, running at a reduced frequency, was 20% faster than the full-fledged Core i9-12900K

Given the status of the tested CPU, we can expect that the same 20% performance advantage for the new product will be when it is brought to mind and goes into series. And this is without taking into account the difference in TDP. And the stock Core i9-13900K will be even faster.

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Today we already wrote that the retailer Wildberries filed an application for registration of the Yagodki trademark – the company renamed its official website to Yagodki for just a day as part of a marketing campaign, but this became the most discussed event of the week. It was logical to assume that Wildberries also had plans for the corresponding domain, but here everything clearly did not go according to the marketplace scenario: “berries.rf” is already registered and leads to a very specific resource.

Tickets bought Berries.  Aviasales bought the yagodki.rf domain and set up a redirect from it to its website

After Wildberries changed its name to “Berries”, Aviasales, in the wake of the Internet hype, renamed itself “Tickets”. But the air ticket search engine went even further – it bought out the yagodki.rf domain and set redirects to its main site. So now, by going to “berries.rf”, you automatically get to the main Aviasales (which will obviously be called “Tickets” for a long time). It turns out that whoever is first, he ate the “berry”.

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Honor introduced the Honor 70 series smartphones in early June in China, and only now, two months later, the devices are finally making their global debut: in Europe (Germany), early pre-orders are already available (prices not announced, but for those interested in buying they promise 10- percentage discount), and Malaysia has already announced the cost – $ 450 for the version with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of flash memory. Open sales in Malaysia will start on August 26.

The Honor 70 is finally coming out of China.  Sales in Europe will start on September 2

Honor 70, recall, is equipped with a 6.67-inch OLED screen with Full HD resolution and a frame rate of 120 Hz. The smartphone also received a 32-megapixel front camera and a main one with sensors with a resolution of 54 (Sony IMX 800), 50 and 2 megapixels. The battery has a capacity of 4800mAh and supports 66W fast charging. The hardware basis of the Honor 70 is the Snapdragon 778G Plus single-chip system, the software is Android 12 with the Magic UI 6.1 interface.

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Xiaomi sets records: the number of MIUI users has reached 547 million

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Xiaomi sets records: the number of MIUI users has reached 547 million

According to Xiaomi, the total number of monthly active users in the second quarter successfully broke the record, reaching 547 million. The statistics take into account users from all over the world, not just in China.

If we take into account only China, then in July the number of monthly active users reached 140.2 million, also a new record high.

In total, there were 17.8 million new MIUI users worldwide and 4.6 million in China in the second quarter.

Recall that in November 2021, Xiaomi announced the overcoming of MIUI milestone of 500 million worldwide.

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