Intel 14th Gen non-K CPU Specs Leak Out: Same Price as 13th Gen Raptor Lake

Intel’s 14th Gen Raptor Lake-S Refresh is on track for a late 2023 release. The K-series chips will be the first to launch this fall, followed by the non-K-series offerings next year. The unlocked chips will consist of the Core i5-14600K, i7-14700K, and the i9-14900K. The 14900K will be a 24-core part (8P + 16E) with a base clock of 3.2GHz and a peak boost of 6GHz. The chip has a base TDP of 125W and a PL2 of 253W. Like its predecessor, it will house 36MB of L3 cache.

The Core i7-14700K will be a 20-core part (8P + 12E) with a base clock of 3.4GHz and a boost of 5.6GHz. Lacking TVB, it’ll clock 400MHz lower than the i9-14900K. The E-cores will have a boost clock of 4.3GHz, down from 4.4GHz on the 14900K. It will feature 33MB of L3 cache and a PL2 ceiling of around 250W.

´╗┐Intel Core i5-14600KIntel Core i7-14700KIntel Core i9-14900K
SocketLGA 1700LGA 1700LGA 1700
Base TDP125W125W125W
Base Core Frequency3.5GHz3.4GHz3.2GHz
Intel Thermal Velocity Boost FrequencyN/AN/A6.0GHz
Intel TBMT3 FrequencyN/A5.6GHz5.8GHz
P-Core Max Turbo Frequency5.3GHz5.5GHz5.7GHz
E-Core Max Turbo Frequency4.0GHz4.3GHz4.4GHz
Intel Smart Cache24MB33MB36MB

The Core i5-14600K will feature 14 cores (6P +8E) with a base clock of 3.5GHz and a boost of 5.3GHz. The E-cores will top out at 4GHz. Unlike its siblings, it will lack Turbo Boost 3.0, clocking 300MHz and 700MHz lower than the 14700K and 14900K, respectively. It will pack 24MB of L3 cache and a PL2 peak of 230W.

The 14th Gen non-K CPUs will have the same core specs as their K counterparts. The difference arises in terms of the boost clocks, where the K series parts are clocked slightly higher than their non-K siblings. The core counts and cache are the same as the K-series CPUs, as mentioned in the Tweet below:

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