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Intel Core i7-13700T Geekbench listing reveals core count and base/boost clocks

The 35 Watt Intel Core i7-13700K desktop processor has made its Geekbench debut (image via Intel, edited)
The 35 Watt Intel Core i7-13700K desktop processor has made its Geekbench debut (image via Intel, edited)
The Intel Core i7-13700T has shown up on Geekbench. The sixteen-core, twenty-four-thread processor scored 1,939 and 11,564 on the single and multi-core tests, respectively. Its base/boost clocks are set at 1.4/4.78 GHz.

Even though the laptop versions of Intel's Raptor Lake processors are quite some time away from launch, they've begun showing up on benchmarking platforms. The Intel Core i5-13600HX was spotted on the BAPCo Crossmark database a few days ago, and now it is the Intel Core i7-13700T's turn to make its online debut on Geekbench. Intel's "T" brand of processors was launched as a low-power alternative for small form factor desktops. They have a default TDP of 35 Watts.

The Intel Core i7-13700T has had three successful Geekbench runs with single-threaded scores of 1,893, 1,916 and 1,939, and the corresponding multi-core scores are 11,564, 11,542 and 8,925, respectively. The processor's base clock is set at a paltry 1.40 GHz, but it can boost as high as 4,788 MHz -more or less the same as its predecessor. Lastly, the test bench ran 32 GB of 3,200 MT/s DDR4 RAM alongside an unspecified HP motherboard.

Specifications-wise, the Intel Core i7-13700T follows the same path as its mainstream desktop cousins. It packs eight performance cores and eight efficiency cores (up from eight performance and four efficiency cores on the Core i7-12700T). If its predecessor is anything to go by, one can expect the Core i7-13700T to consume up to 100 Watts under load.

While the extra "E" cores help the Core i7-13700T's multi-threaded performance, the low TDP prevents it from competing with current-generation Raptor Lake processors that consume far more power. Based on Geekbench scores alone, it sits between the Core i7-12700K and Core i5-12600K, which is quite impressive for a 35 Watt chip.

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Anil Ganti, 2022-09-12 (Update: 2022-09-12)