- Intel's 14th Gen Core Raptor Lake Refresh is expected to include six initial models.
- The unlocked K-Series with a power rating of 125W are set to launch on October 17th.
- Intel's surprise demonstration of the Raptor Lake Refresh series has generated excitement among tech enthusiasts.
Intel recently surprised attendees at the Innovation event by showcasing their upcoming Raptor Lake Refresh series. Although not mentioned during Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger’s keynote, the prelaunch hardware made its debut on the show floor. The demonstration involved a desktop system used to create a virtual avatar of a real person.
Unfortunately, details about the SKU names and CPU configurations were not disclosed, and this was the only mention of the Raptor Lake Refresh architecture throughout the entire event. Intel instead focused on highlighting their AI acceleration capabilities in the Meteor Lake and Lunar Lake architectures.
The Intel 14th Gen Core Raptor Lake Refresh is expected to include six initial models, such as the Core i9-14900k(F) with 24 cores and a maximum clock speed of 6 GHz, the Core i7-14700k(F) with 20 cores and a maximum clock speed of 5.6 GHz, and the Core i5-14600k(F) with 14 cores and a maximum clock speed of 5.3 GHz. Additional SKUs, including non-K 65W models, are set to launch at CES 2024.
While Intel has not officially confirmed pricing, specifications have likely been known for several weeks now. The 14th Gen Core desktop CPUs, part of the unlocked K-Series with a power rating of 125W, are expected to debut on October 17th.
Overall, Intel’s surprise demonstration of the Raptor Lake Refresh series at the Innovation event has generated excitement among tech enthusiasts, although further details about the architecture are still awaited.
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