This is how the new Intel CPUs will be

This is how the new Intel CPUs will be

At the same time that Intel revealed that it would drop future NUC investments, Asus took over, and now the 14th generation of CPUs has been revealed.

New LGA 1700 CPUs revealed

Core i9-14900k, i7-14700k, and i5-14600K specifications have now been revealed. This is an upgrade of the Raptor Lake series for 2023 while we wait for Arrow Lake-S which looks set to arrive next year, possibly around the same time as Windows 12 that Intel indicated in March. AMD will also launch the Ryzen 8000 series next year, so it will be exciting to see who escapes not least in favor of gamers, who are the ones who upgrade the most frequently.


  • 6 p. cores
  • 8 electronic cores
  • 125 Watts TDP
  • 3.5 GHz base speed
  • 5.3 max p-core turbo
  • 24MB intermediate storage

Core i7-14700K:

  • 8 p. cores
  • 12 electronic cores
  • 125 Watts TDP
  • Base speed of 3.4 GHz
  • 5.5GHz max p-core turbo
  • 33 MB intermediate storage

Core i9-14900K:

  • 8 p. cores
  • 16 cores
  • 125 Watts TDP
  • 3.2 GHz core speed
  • 5.7GHz Max F-Core Turbo
  • 36 MB buffer

Don’t expect big jumps in performance until next year

There are two things the two largest CPUs have that aren’t found in the i5 version: Both the i7 and i9 models support “Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0.” In addition, the i9 version has a 6GHz “Intel Thermal Speed ​​Boost Frequency”.

No improvements in Raptor Lake performance are expected with less than 10 percent improvement in most scenarios. It looks like Intel is saving its gunpowder for next year with an expected performance increase of up to 21% with Arrow Lake-S.

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