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Intel Core i9-13900K beats the 12900K by +10% in CPU-bound games

The Intel Core i9-13900K hasn't yet been announced, but a reviewer in China has already shared a comprehensive set of test results from an early sample. Many gaming benchmarks were included in these tests, showing the Core i9-13900K outperforming its predecessor by +10% in specific cases. The review comes from ECSM_Official …

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CPU-Z benchmark puts Intel Core i9-13900K above AMD Ryzen 9 7950X

The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X will likely perform better than any processor that's currently available on the market. However, that may not be true after Intel launches its upcoming Raptor Lake-S flagship CPU, the Core i9-13900K, with early CPU-Z tests indicating Intel's chip will win the performance crown.  According to …

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KitGuru Games: Insomniac’s Spider-Man reaches new heights on PC

Back in 2018, Insomniac Games impressed us all with the release of Marvel's Spider-Man for PS4. Even then in its graphically limited, 30FPS form, the game was something special. Now, Sony has brought the game over to PC, unlocking higher graphical settings, ray-tracing, and unlocked frame rates, allowing us to get the smoothest, high-fidelity gameplay possible. In today's KitGuru Games, we're going to be looking at the PC version to see if it delivers where it counts. 

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Yes, you can still overclock Intel’s 12th Gen Core non-K processors

Intel's 'non-K' processors are not supposed to be overclockable. However, enthusiasts have had success in the past when trying to overclock them via the BCLK, significantly improving the performance of such chips. So it was only a matter of time before someone tried it out with Intel's 12th Gen Core processors, and that someone was no other than Der8auer...

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KitGuru Games: Monster Hunter Rise gets impressive PC upgrade

I would be lying if I said I wasn't a little bit concerned about Monster Hunter Rise coming to PC after initially launching on Switch. The game was originally built to run on very low-power hardware compared to Monster Hunter World and I had my doubts as to how well the game would scale for higher-end PC hardware. After spending some time with the newly released Monster Hunter Rise PC demo, I have come away impressed. 

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