Intel Core i5 11400 Rocket Lake-S 11th Gen CPU Geekbench Benchmark Score Leak - PC SEEKERS

Intel Core i5 11400 Rocket Lake-S 11th Gen CPU Geekbench Benchmark Score Leak

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As we head closer and closer to the launch of the 11th gen Rocket Lake-S desktop processors from Intel we are are getting all heaps of leaks in benchmarks scores just like we reported yesterday on the new packaging of the Intel 11th gen Core i9 CPUs as well as the leaked Geekbench 5 scores of the Intel Core i9 11900KF & Core i5 11600K.
 
 
Today we are taking a look at the Geekbench score of the Intel Core i5 11400 CPU which has 6 cores and 12 threads but is not unlocked for overclocking as the Core i5 11600K. The 11th gen Intel Core i5 11400 is a direct successor to the 10th gen Intel Core i5 10400 with both processors sporting 6 cores and threads but the new 11th gen Rocket Lake-S desktop CPUs use the new Cypress Cove architecture which is a back port of the Sunny Cove architecture to 14nm. The Core i5 11400 has a base clock of 2.6GHz and turbo boost frequency of 4.4GHz which is 100MHz higher than its predecessor the 10400 which only boosted to 4.3GHz max.
 
The Geekbench score was found and shared by twitter handle @Benchleaks on twitter. 
 
The Intel Core i5 11400 scored a single core score of 1490 and a multi-core score of 6576. These scores don't mean much on their own but when you go on to check the leader board on the Geekbench database you will find that on average (this average might comprise of CPUs tested in multiples of 100s by the users) the predecessor Intel Core i5 10400 scored 1114 points in the single core test and 5661 points in the multi-core test indicating that the new 11th gen Core i5 11400 is a whopping 33.1% faster in the single core test and 16.1% faster in the multi-core test when compared to the Intel Core i5 10400 processor.
 

When compared to AMD's offerings in the same - price and core count - segment, the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 on average has a single core score of 1205 points and a multi-core score of 6693 points making the "previous gen" Zen 2 based AMD CPU 23.6% slower in single core test and 1.7% faster in the multi-core test in comparison to Intel's next gen Rocket Lake-S Core i5 11400 CPU. There is no Zen 3 based 6 core 12 thread offering from AMD in the $200 price bracket leaving only the $300 AMD Ryzen 5 5600X which scored 1614 points in single core test and 8150 points in the multi-core test making the, hopefully much cheaper, Core i5 11400 7.7% slower in the single core test and 19.3% slower in the multi-core test.

Given that the benchmarks were run using a 2133MHz dual channel memory kit, a memory kit with higher frequency would give some performance improvements to the Intel Core i5 11440 and given these benchmarks were run on, may be, on a pre-release BIOS version Intel still might have some room for improvement when they finally get close to the launch of the CPUs.
 
Unless Intel decides to raise the MSRP for its CPUs with this generation this CPU should be a great buy given AMD's Ryzen 5 5600 (non-X) CPU is no where to be found at the time of writing and the 3rd gen Ryzen 5 3600 being sold at close its MSRP of $200 which based on the above results (Core i5 11400 being faster in the single core performance and on par in the multi-core performance) should get tough competition from Intel with the Core i5 11400 CPU given it launches around the $200 price bracket.
 
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So are you excited for Rocket Lake-S Intel Core i5 11400 CPU for you next $200 CPU or are you waiting for AMD to launch their AMD Ryzen 5 5600 (non-X) variant? Do let us know down in the comments section below.

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