Intel Core i9-14900KF appears in PassMark benchmark
PassMark welcomes Intel’s latest desktop CPU in official ranking.
Surprisingly, there was no mention of the 14th Gen Core “Raptor Lake Refresh” during the Innovation 2023 event, which primarily focused on Meteor Lake and AI developments. However, as far as the current information goes, the series is still on track for its scheduled launch in October. Among the initial offerings in this lineup is the Core i9-14900KF, a 24-core model boasting a 6.0 GHz clock boost straight out of the box. It’s worth noting that this particular variant lacks integrated graphics support.
Interestingly, the Core i9-14900KF has recently made its debut in the PassMark rankings, a site that compiles data on desktop, mobile, and data-center CPUs. This CPU has taken the top position with a score of 4,939 points, surpassing previous leaders such as the i9-13900KS and i9-13900K. It’s worth mentioning that the i9-13900KS also boasts a 6.0 GHz clock speed, and the 14900KF achieved this score using relatively modest DDR5-5600 memory.
When it comes to multi-core performance, the 14900KF falls slightly short, displaying nearly identical performance to the 13900K with only a 0.6% difference. In contrast, it lags behind the 13900KS in performance. While Intel’s Core i9 CPUs dominate the top spots in the single-core CPU Mark rankings, the story is different in the multicore performance category, where AMD Ryzen 9 processors take the lead.
The Intel Core i9-14900K and KF variants are set to debut next month, specifically on October 17th, with preorders kicking off a day earlier. This launch will encompass a total of six models, all belonging to the 125W unlocked Core-K series lineup. Additionally, Intel has plans to introduce 65W non-K models in January.
The Intel 14th Gen Core series is set to mark the final chapter for the LGA-1700 platform, as Intel is gearing up to transition to the LGA-1851 socket in the upcoming year.
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