Intel Core i9-14900K, i7-14700K and i5-14600K: release date

intel core i9 14900k, i7 14700k and i5 14600k: release date

Tom Henry

Intel Core i9-14900K, i7-14700K and i5-14600K: release date

Intel has seen how the information on its CPUs has finished leaking, specifically, the release date of the Core i9-14900K, i7-14700K and i5-14600K. Specifically, we know that it will be next October 17, at 3:00 p.m. (in USA; 2:00 p.m. in the Canary Islands), when the first reviews come out of these processors. Curiously, the same day the reviews come out, these processors will go on sale.

Specifically, during the launch, there will be 6 processors available. These are the Intel Core i9-14900K, the Core i7-14700K, and the Core i5-14600K. Additionally, these processors will have a variant “K.F.“without integrated graphics. The official announcement of these processors would take place next September 19th. It will be during Innovation 2023, when Intel presents the Intel Raptor Lake Refresh processors. Of course, it will be the company’s least relevant announcement.

The most interesting thing will come with other products also with a launch date, and it is expected that the products will be officially announced. Intel Core Ultra, its “Meteor Lake” laptop processors. Maybe we could have the announcement a new Intel Arc graphicsso it will be a very entertaining day.

Specifications of the Intel Core i9-14900K, i7-14700K and i5-14600K and release date

Intel-Raptor-Lake-Refresh-Core-14 - Intel Core i9-14900K, i7-14700K and i5-14600K launch

With no surprises involved, the Intel Core i9-14900K At launch it will offer the same core configuration as its predecessor. We thus speak of a configuration of 24 cores and 32 threads processing. These are divided into 8 high-performance cores (P-Core) along with 16 efficient cores (E-Core). In short, like most Refresh CPUs, the only improvements are tied to an increase in frequencies.

The Intel Core i7-14700K is the exceptionand compared to its predecessor, it includes 4 additional E-Core coress. In this way, we talk about a processor 20 cores and 28 threads of processing along with 33 MB of cache memory. On the other hand, the Intel Core i5-14600K stuck on the same settings 16 cores and 20 threads (6x P-Core + 8x E-Core). In this way, the differences are also in the frequencies.

Model i5-13600K i5-14600K i7-13700K i7-14700K i9-13900K i9-14900K
P-Cores 6 6 8 8 8 8
E-Cores 8 8 8 12 16 16
TDP 125W 125W 125W 125W 125W 125W
P-Core (Base Freq.) 3.40GHz 3.50GHz 3.40GHz 3.40GHz 3.00GHz 3.20GHz
P-Core (Max Freq.) 5.10GHz 5.40GHz 5.30GHz 5.60GHz 5.80GHz 6.00GHz
E-Core (Base Freq.) 2.50GHz N/A 2.50GHz N/A 2.20GHz N/A
E-Core (Max Freq.) 4.20GHz 4.00GHz 4.20GHz 4.30GHz 4.30GHz 4.40GHz
Cache 24MB 24MB 30MB 33MB 36MB 36MB

The Intel Core Ultra are an interesting launch


The Intel Core Ultra They combine everything we should expect in each new generation of CPUs. We talk about a new manufacturing process (Intel 4 + TSMC). We also have a new hybrid desEsports Extraswith triple architecture. The high-performance architecture (P-Core) is updated with Redwood Cove cores. The efficient cores (E-Core) are renewed with the Crestmon architecture, while a third type of core is added Intel Atom tied to VPU from Intel to perform specific AI workloads.

In its most advanced version, we will have access to a Intel Core Ultra 9 with 16 cores. These clusters are divided into a configuration of 6x P-Core cores, 8x E-Core and 2x LP-E Core. The Turbo frequency will exceed 5.00 GHz, and are accompanied by graphics Intel Xe-LPG with 8 Xe Cores. This iGPU would have a power of 4.5 TFLOPs. On paper faster than AMD’s most powerful iGPU, the Radeon 780M.

The Intel Arc A580 could also be announced

Intel Arc A580 on sale in China

The Intel Arc A580 It was announced a year ago and has not yet been officially announced. At the beginning of August we could see it listed in some stores, so it is rumored that along with the rest of the CPUs, Intel announces this new GPU.

The Intel Arc A580 will offer a total of 24 Xe Cores (vs 28 Xe Core on the Arc A750) with access to 384 XMX Engines (vs 448 XMX). This translates into a total of 3,072 Stream Processors at a frequency of 1.70 GHz (vs 3,584 cores at 2,050 MHz). This chip is combined with 8GB GDDR6 memory at 16 Gbps. With a 256-bit memory interface, this ends up resulting in a bandwidth of 512GB/s. It is the same configuration as the Arc A750, and with a TDP of 175W.

According to the leaks we have seen, the Intel Arc A580 would have performance comparable to an AMD Radeon RX 7600. Or at least, in the Geekbench benchmark in the OpenCL performance test.

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