The processor Intel Core i9-11900KB is developed on the 10 nm technology node and architecture Tiger Lake H. Its base clock speed is 3.30 GHz, and maximum clock speed in turbo boost - 5.30 GHz. Intel Core i9-11900KB contains 8 processing cores. To make a right choice for computer upgrading, please get familiar with the detailed technical specifications and benchmark results. Check socket compatibility before choosing.
Intel Core i9-11900KB processor review - Benchmark and Specs
The base and maximum clock speed of the CPU Intel Core i9-11900KB, number of processing cores and threads.
CPU Cores and Base Frequency
The general performance of a CPU can easily be determined based on the number of its cores and the thread count, as well as the base frequency and Turbo frequency. The more GHz and cores a CPU has, the better. Please note that high technical specs require using a powerful cooling system and a quality chipset (check VRM on the motherboard).
|Frequency:||3.30 GHz||CPU Cores:||8|
|Turbo (1 Core):||5.30 GHz||CPU Threads:||16|
|Turbo (8 Cores):||4.90 GHz||Core architecture:||normal|
|A core:||--||B core:||--|
CPU generation and family
|Name:||Intel Core i9-11900KB||Segment:||Mobile|
|CPU group:||Intel Core i 11000H|
|Family:||Intel Core i9||Generation:||11|
Some manufacturers complement their CPUs with graphic chips, such a solution being especially popular in laptops. The higher the clock frequency of a GPU is and the bigger its memory, the better.
|GPU name:||Intel UHD Graphics 910|
|GPU frequency:||0.35 GHz||GPU (Turbo):||1.45 GHz|
|Max. displays:||3||Technology:||10 nm|
|Max. GPU Memory:||--|
Hardware codec support
Here we deal with specs that are used by some CPU manufacturers. These numbers are mainly technical and can be neglected for the purpose of the comparison analysis.
|h264:||Decode / Encode|
|JPEG:||Decode / Encode|
|VP8:||Decode / Encode|
|VP9:||Decode / Encode|
|AVC:||Decode / Encode|
|h265 / HEVC (8 bit):||Decode / Encode|
|h265 / HEVC (10 bit):||Decode / Encode|
Memory & PCIe
These are memory standards supported by CPUs. The higher such standards, the better a CPU’s performance is.
|Memory type:||DDR4-3200||Max. Memory:||128 GB|
|PCIe version:||3.0||PCIe lanes:||16|
Data encryption support
|Tjunction max.:||100 °C||TDP up:||--|
|TDP down:||55 W||TDP (PL1):||65 W|
These are key parameters that will help you determine which CPU is better. Pay special attention to the release date, technological aspects of the manufacturing process (measured in nanometers), and the third-level cache (L3).
|L3-Cache:||20.00 MB||Technology:||10 nm|
|Architecture:||Tiger Lake H||Virtualization:||VT-x, VT-x EPT, VT-d|
|Socket:||BGA 1787||Release date:||Q2/2021|
|Instruction set (ISA):||x86-64 (64 bit)||L2-Cache:||4.00 MB|
|ISA extensions:||SSE4.1, SSE4.2, AVX2, AVX-512|
Devices using this processor
You probably know already what devices use CPUs. These can be a desktop or a laptop.
The latter is used for creation of 3D models and forms. Cinebench R15 is used for single-core processor performance benchmark test. The hyperthreading ability doesn't count. It is the updated version of Cinebench 11.5. As all new versions, the updated benchmark is based on Cinema 4 Suite software
Cinebench R20 is based on Cinema 4 Suite. It is the software used to create 3D forms. The benchmark runs for single-core test procedure without counting of hyperthreading ability.
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Geekbench 5 benchmark is the newest software suit. Completely new algorithms provide the quite accurate benchmark testing results of the single-core CPU.
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