Summary: Intel's upcoming 14-core Core i5-14600K CPU has made an informal debut, with the official launch just a week away and the processor series set to include six SKUs, including both K and KF models, offering a slight performance improvement over the Core i5-13600K at a similar price.
- The i5-14600K is the most affordable unlocked model with a 125W power rating.
- It features 6 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores, totaling 14 cores and 20 threads.
- It has a slightly higher maximum clock speed of 5.3 GHz.
Intel’s upcoming 14-core Core i5-14600k CPU has made an informal debut, as reported by Chinese media ECSM. This marks the imminent arrival of Intel’s 14th Gen Core, also known as Raptor Lake Refresh, with the official launch just a week away. The processor series will include six SKUs, including both K and KF models. Notably, the i5-14600K will be the most affordable unlocked model with a 125W power rating.
According to ECSM, the i5-14600K features 6 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores, totaling 14 cores and 20 threads. This configuration is similar to the Core i5-13600K, with the only difference being a slightly lower maximum clock speed. Intel has increased the clock speed by 200 MHz to reach 5.3 GHz, which is the highest achievable clock speed for its Performance cores without relying on Turbo Boost 3.0 or Thermal Velocity Boost technology support.
It’s worth noting that the CPU being discussed is an Engineering Sample (ES), so its performance may differ from the final version. However, the ES appears to have no trouble maintaining a clock speed of 5.3 GHz, although it does consume a CPU package power of 160W. ECSM has observed that the voltage seems somewhat high, exceeding 1.4V+. Nevertheless, this could be specific to this sample or the testing platform, and manual adjustments can still be made.
In terms of testing, initial Cinebench 2024 scores for the Raptor Lake Refresh have been obtained. A preliminary examination of the CB 2024, CB R23, and CPU-Z test results indicates a slight increase in performance compared to the Core i5-13600K. However, it’s important to note that results may vary depending on configuration.
The i5-14600K is set to be released on October 17th, with pricing yet to be officially disclosed by Intel. However, it is expected to be very close, if not identical, to the pricing of the 13600K, considering the performance improvement.
Intel’s 14th Gen Core “Raptor Lake Refresh” desktop processor series specifications have been shared by ECSM:
– Core i5-14600K(F): 14/20T (6P+8E), Base Clock: TBD, Max Clock: TBD, PBP/MTP: 125W/253W, TBC
Please note that the information provided is subject to change as more details become available.
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CPU: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) is the brain of a computer, responsible for executing instructions and performing calculations. It is the most important component of a computer system, as it is responsible for controlling all other components. CPUs are used in a wide range of applications, from desktop computers to mobile devices, gaming consoles, and even supercomputers. CPUs are used to process data, execute instructions, and control the flow of information within a computer system. They are also used to control the input and output of data, as well as to store and retrieve data from memory. CPUs are essential for the functioning of any computer system, and their applications in the computer industry are vast.
E-Cores: E-Cores (Efficiency Cores) are a type of technology used in the computer industry to provide a more efficient and reliable way of powering and cooling computer components. They are made up of a combination of copper and aluminum, and are designed to be more efficient than traditional copper cores. E-Cores are used in a variety of applications, such as in CPUs, GPUs, and other computer components. They are also used in servers, laptops, and other electronic devices. The technology is designed to reduce heat and power consumption, while also providing a more reliable and efficient way of powering and cooling computer components.
P-Cores: P-Cores (Performance Cores) are a type of processor technology developed by Intel that is designed to improve the performance of computer systems. This technology is based on the concept of multi-core processors, which are processors that contain multiple cores or processing units. P-Cores are designed to increase the speed and efficiency of computer systems by allowing multiple cores to work together in parallel. This technology is used in a variety of applications, including gaming, video editing, and data analysis. P-Cores are also used in servers and other high-performance computing systems. The technology is also used in mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablets, to improve battery life and performance. P-Cores are an important part of the computer industry, as they allow for faster and more efficient computing.
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