Saturday, July 13, 2024

Intel’s Next-Gen Core i9-14900K 6 GHz CPU Benchmarked

The most recent benchmarks of Intel’s next-generation have been discovered, and they demonstrate a significant improvement in performance in comparison to the 13900K.

The performance of the Intel Core i9-14900K CPU in the leaked CPU-z benchmark is shown to be up to 9% faster than that of the Core i9-13900K CPU.

Within the 14th Generation stack, the Intel Core i9-14900K Desktop CPU is going to be the chip with the highest clock speed. It will have similar specifications to the existing Core i9-13900K, but it will be tuned for higher clocks and power limits. This will allow for a performance boost that is well within the expected range of any refreshed chip, which is essentially what the 14th Generation Raptor Lake Refresh family is at the end of the day.

To begin with the specifications, the Intel Core i9-14900K CPU will have a configuration of 8+16 cores, which results in a total of 32 threads. The central processing unit (CPU) will have a basic TDP of 125W (253W PL2) and up to 36 MB of Smart Cache. Clock speeds of 3.2 GHz at base and up to 6.0 GHz with a Thermal Velocity Boost are going to be among its defining characteristics.

Next-Gen Core i9-14900K 6 GHz CPU:

In comparison to the Core i9-13900K, this will result in a frequency increase of +200 MHz, while remaining identical to the Core i9-13900KS. Although the central processing unit (CPU) was recently seen in retail at pricing of $695 US, which is a +15.8% jump over its predecessor, we shouldn’t consider this to be the “Final” retail price just yet.

The Intel Core i9-14900K Desktop CPU benchmarks were provided by @wxnod. These benchmarks demonstrate that the chip is functioning at 6 GHz out of the box, which is the same clock rates as the Core i9-13900KS. The chip is labeled as a “Engineering Sample,” which means that the final performance may differ somewhat but should still be quite consistent.

The central processing unit achieved a score of 978 in the single-core test and 18,117.5 in the multi-core test, putting it in first place among all desktop CPUs that have been made available to this point. When it finally reaches store shelves, this chip will undoubtedly be the one with the fastest single-core and multi-core performance, but the price tag for all of this capability will be very steep.

It is possible that the Intel Core i9-14900K Desktop CPU will end up being the fastest chip available; however, it will also be incredibly power demanding and a very difficult chip to control in terms of temperature. The Core i9-13900K and the Core i9-13900KS are two of the most power-hungry CPUs available. Under full load, these processors may reach temperatures of up to 100 degrees Celsius and use anywhere from 250 to 300 watts of electricity.

If you choose Intel as your processor manufacturer, you will be need to make some of these concessions due to the fact that the AMD camp provides superior performance in addition to more cost-effective operations. The comparison of the X3D components with regard to gaming is going to be the most intriguing one since it is absolutely going to be something that Intel will sell the advantages of the single-core boost for. In any case, the Core i9-14900K along with the other two “Unlocked” SKUs are going to be unveiled during the Innovation event that will take place later on this month.

Intel Raptor Lake-S Refresh Desktop CPU Specs “Preliminary”:

Core i9-14900K8+16 (24)323.2 GHz6.0 GHz32 / 36 MB125W$694 US?
Core i9-14900KF8+16 (24)323.2 GHz6.0 GHz32 / 36 MB125W$659 US?
Core i9-149008+16 (24)322.0 GHz5.8 GHz32 / 36 MB65W~$549 US
Core i9-14900F8+16 (24)322.0 GHz5.8 GHz32 / 36 MB65W~$524 US
Core i7-14700K8+12 (20)283.4 GHz5.6 GHz28 / 33 MB125W$484 US?
Core i7-14700KF8+12 (20)283.4 GHz5.6 GHz28 / 33 MB125W$479 US?
Core i7-147008+12 (20)282.1 GHz5.4 GHz28 / 33 MB65W~$384 US
Core i7-14700F8+12 (20)282.1 GHz5.4 GHz28 / 33 MB65W~$359 US
Core i5-14600K6+8 (14)203.5 GHz5.3 GHz20 / 24 MB125W$379 US?
Core i5-14600KF6+8 (14)203.5 GHz5.3 GHz20 / 24 MB125W$344 US?
Core i5-146006+8 (14)202.7 GHz5.2 GHz20 / 24 MB65W~$255 US
Core i5-145006+8 (14)202.6 GHz5.0 GHz20 / 24 MB65W~$232 US
Core i5-144006+4(10)162.5 GHz4.7 GHz9.5/ 20 MB65W~$221 US
Core i5-14400F6+4(10)162.5 GHz4.7 GHz9.5/ 20 MB65W~$196 US
Core i3-141004+0 (4)8TBD4.7 GHz5.0 / 12 MB65W~$134 US
Core i3-14100F4+0 (4)8TBD4.7 GHz5.0 / 12 MB65W~$109 US
Intel 3002+0 (2)43.9 GHzTBD2.5 / 6.0 MB46W~79 US

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