Intel 14th Gen i9-14900HK to Boost Over 5GHz, 300MHz Less than the 13th Gen i9-13900HK

Intel’s 14th Gen Meteor Lake flagship will feature a boost clock of over 5GHz, down from 5.4GHz on its 13th Gen predecessor. According to a post on Bilibili from Golden Pig Upgrade, the Core Ultra 9 will have a peak boost clock of 5GHz+, while the Core Ultra 7 will top out at 5GHz. The top-end Core Ultra 9 will be a 14-core part with 6P “Redwood Cove” and 8E “Crestmont” cores, the same as the 13th Gen Core i9-13900HK.


Shifting focus to the Core Ultra 7, we’re again looking at a 14-core part (6P + 8E) with a slightly lower boost clock. A 5GHz boost would make it 200MHz slower than its predecessor, the 13th Gen Core i7-13800H. By these numbers, Meteor Lake will offer a modest 5-10% boost over Raptor Lake, perhaps with better power efficiency numbers.

Intel plans to launch the 14th Gen Meteor Lake mobile processors this fall with an official unveil at the Intel Innovation Event in September.

Areej Syed

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