“The upcoming Intens Core i9 15900K (15th generation ‘Arrow Lake’ series) could be a beast for gamers. This is because the upcoming CPU is rumored to come with up to 56MB of total L2 cache, and possibly more,” we reported. on August 16, stating that the cache size had increased by 75 percent.
Only up to 15 percent faster according to ASRock
Now it’s about another performance improvement, but not as great, because now it’s about of the year New chips from Intel, not “Arrow Lake”, which will be launched next year. But the 14th generation was launched this year, and now information has leaked from motherboard manufacturer ASRock revealing the performance of its new “Raptor Lake” CPUs.
According to the manufacturer, there is talk of a 4 to 8 percent increase in better single-core performance compared to the current 13th generation and an 8 to 15 percent improvement in multi-core. The rumors that she has been circulating before are further reinforced.
Another plus is that the DDR5 RAM is clocked at 6400 MT/si instead of 5600 MT/s, and that’s from boot: no overclocking required. A big plus is that the 600 and 700 series motherboards will support Intel’s 14th generation Core CPUs: all that’s required are BIOS updates. This hasn’t been confirmed by Intel, but we think it’s true as long as the performance improvement isn’t too much – you have to give potential customers a carrot.
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