If the results are accurate, the upcoming Rocket Lake-S series will offer roughly the same multi-threaded performance as Comet Lake-S. Single-threaded performance on the other hand gets a big boost, the scores hint at a 12 percent gain:
The i9-11900 (non-K) sample posted a single-threaded performance score of 582 points, while the i9-11900K ES posted 597 points, which are roughly 12% higher than typical CPU-Z Bench single-thread numbers for the current-gen i9-10900 (non-K) and i9-10900K "Comet Lake-S" processors. The multi-threaded score of the i9-11900 (non-K) ES, at 5262 points, ends up just around 5-10% lower than that of the i9-10900, despite a deficit of two cores.Based on recent rumors, Intel currently plans to launch its Rocket Lake-S family in March 2021.
QV1J=11900 es— HXL (@9550pro) December 20, 2020
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