While the Core i9-11900K appeared on Geekbench a while ago where it managed to break a record, more photos now have surfaced the web.
The proc scores 1905 points (i9-11900K) in the Geekbench V5 single-core benchmark, and that places it 35% above its predecessor and allowed it to break the record for the highest single-core result obtained at stock frequencies, showing the power of Intel's new architecture.
With 8 cores and 16 threads, it also offers similar results to the 20-thread 10900K in the multi-core benchmark. Therefore, the new Rocket Lake-S series processor could be more than an interesting option for both gaming and multi-threaded tasks. Using this data for comparison, the Core i9-11900K could be 12-13% faster than AMD's flagship processor, the Ryzen 5950X, in the single-core benchmark. However, in multi-core tests, the red team's processor is still 47-53% faster due to its 32 threads (twice that of the 11900K).
Intel has yet to confirm the exact release date of its 11th. Generation of Intel Core, although it is rumored that the new series could be launched in March. However, it remains to be seen if there will be available at the moment.
Update: Some photos of funky-looking retail packaging for the pending Core i9 series have just surfaced. Of course in blue, the Core i9-11900K has a bendy shape. The i9-11900KFw ould however see a basic paperboard box sans cooler. Below the artwork leaked at Videocardz.