Intel Raptor Lake Refresh fully exposed, same price as 13th Gen series
Full specs and pricing information on Intel’s next desktop update has been leaked.
HD Tecnologia has unveiled the initial slides revealing Intel’s forthcoming series update for the LGA1700 socket. This marks the third generation of Intel CPUs designed for this platform, as well as an enhancement to the existing Raptor Lake lineup. The new presentation materials confirm Intel’s performance targets and provide details on all six models, including their respective prices.
The Intel Core i9-14900K has been officially confirmed to boast an impressive 24 cores, comprising 8 P-Cores and 16 E-Cores, accompanied by 36MB of cache. This CPU is set to achieve a maximum boost clock of 6.0 GHz for its P-Cores and a base frequency of 3.2 GHz. Intel has also affirmed that this CPU will support DDR5-5600 memory, in addition to DDR4-3200. According to the presentation, the Core i9-14900K will be available for $589, while its variant without integrated GPU support, the Core i9-14900KF, will retail for $564.
Additionally, the company is preparing to launch the Core i7-14700K CPU, which is the only model in the lineup to see a core count increase, now featuring 20 cores (comprising 8 P-Cores and 12 E-Cores). The CPU will boost up to 5.6 GHz and come with a base clock of 3.4 GHz. Pricing for the Core i7-14700K will be $409, and its GPU-less variant, the Core i7-14700KF, will be available for $384.
The 14-core i5-14600K, featuring a total of 20 cores (comprising 6 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores), is set to deliver a boost clock of 5.3 GHz and a base clock of 3.5 GHz. The Core i5-14600K will be priced at $319, while its variant without integrated graphics, the Core i5-14600KF, will have a price tag of $294.
It is therefore confirmed that the new desktop series will have the same pricing as the 13th Gen series, not one part has seen an increase for RCP (Recommended Customer Price).
All of these CPUs will share a default TDP (PL1/Processor Base Power) of 125W, with PL2 (Max Turbo Power) reaching as high as 253W for the 14900K/14700K series and 181W for the 14600K model.
The site has also shared some benchmarks from the official presentation including various Intel and AMD CPUs.
The official embargo on this information is scheduled to be lifted later today, which means that these slides will be made available to the public in a matter of hours.
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