October 4th, 2023 at 2:15 p.m. by Oliver Jäger – Marketing material was leaked by Intel from Japan, which confirms some specifications of three upcoming CPUs. This is about the 14th core generation, also known as Raptor Lake Refresh. The clock and core data should be assigned to the Core i9-14900K, Core i7-14700K and the Core i5-14600K.
The release of new desktop processors from Intel is expected in about two weeks. Then Core i 14000 CPUs will appear, which Intel will probably and as usual introduce with the K(F) models. These are the top models of the i9, i7 and i5 series, namely the Core i9-14900K, Core i7-14700K and the Core i5-14600K. The number of cores and the turbo clock for these models have now been confirmed, as advertising material from Intel has leaked from Japan.
The rumors are gradually being confirmed
Although this does not mention the processors by name and only lists the specifications, it should be clear to those in the know that these will be the three K-CPUs of the 14th generation. Listed are 6 GHz and 24 cores (including 8 P and 16 E cores), 5.6 GHz and 20 cores (including 8 P and 12 E cores) and 5.3 GHz and 14 cores (including 6 P cores). and 8 E-cores). These are exactly the technical data that the rumor mill predicted in advance for the Core i9-14900K, Core i7-14700K and the Core i5-14600K. The additional E-cores in the i7 model were taken into account in the Japanese marketing material.
(Raptor Lake Refresh)Core i9-xx900KS16C/24T (8P+8E) 5.5 GHz24C/32T (8P+16E) 6.0 GHz—Core i9-xx900K16C/24T (8P+8E) 5.2 GHz24C/32T (8P+16E) 5.8 GHz24C/32T (8P+16E) 6.0 GHzCore i9-xx90016C/24T (8P+8E) 5.1 GHz24C/32T (8P+16E) 5.6 GHz24C/32T (8P+16E) 5.8 GHzCore i7-xx700K12C/20T (8P+4E) 5.0 GHz16C/24T (8P+8E) 5.4 GHz20C/28T (8P+12E) 5.6 GHzCore i7-xx70012C/20T (8P+4E) 4.8 GHz16C/24T (8P+8E) 5.2 GHz20C/28T (8P+12E) 5.4 GHzCore i5-xx600K10C/16T (6P+4E) 4.9 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 5.1 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 5.3 GHzCore i5-xx6006C/12T (6P+0E) 4.8 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 5.0 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 5.2 GHzCore i5-xx5006C/12T (6P+0E) 4.6 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 4.8 GHz14C/20T (6P+8E) 5.0 GHzCore i5-xx4006C/12T (6P+0E) 4.4 GHz10C/16T (6P+4E) 4.6 GHz10C/16T (6P+4E) 4.7 GHzCore i3-xx3004C/8T (4P+0E) 4.4 GHz——Core i3-xx1004C/8T (4P+0E) 4.1 GHz4C/8T (4P+0E) 4.5 GHz4C/8T (4P+0E) 4.7 GHz
)* not yet officially confirmed
The top model will be the first from Intel to achieve a turbo clock of 6 GHz. Otherwise, only the special model Core i9-13900KS has achieved this, but it also has a higher power consumption of 150 W. The Core i9-14900K, on the other hand, will continue to have a processor base power of 125 W. The data from Japan also confirms the clock speed increase of 200 MHz compared to Intel’s 13th core generation CPUs.
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The only unknown thing about the Raptor Lake Refresh is actually the price. This will probably only be slightly higher than with the processors from last year. This is suggested by short-term listings of some new CPUs at Canadian retailers, which indicated a surcharge of only up to 7 percent. Meanwhile, benchmarks for the CPUs are gradually appearing, while pictures of the packaging are being distributed online.
Source: Intel Japan via Videocardz