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    Intel 14th Generation Raptor Lake Refresh Processors Get 200MHz Speed ​​Boost

    Intel 14th generation processors will be released in a few months. However, new series specifications are often made available much sooner to insiders and OEMs who share the data without issue. Benchlife, which has previously leaked plenty of internal Intel data, claims to know the specific specifications of the latest K-series for the LGA1700 platform.

    The Raptor Lake Refresh will deliver higher clock speeds across the line, but in some cases, gamers also get more cores. According to the report, Intel will increase the clock speed of K-series models by 200 MHz. Core i9 14900K has a frequency of up to 6 GHz, Core i7 14700K should now reach 5.6 GHz and the Core i5 14600K now boasts a clock speed of 5.3 GHz.

    In terms of core count, only the Core i7-14700K will have a different configuration than the “original” Raptor Lake 13700K with the new 8P+12E configuration. As a result, only he will have more “Smart Cache” 33 MB, and now 30 MB.

    It was also mentioned in a previous leak from RedGamingTech that Core i5-14600K will get more productive cores, but according to Benchlife information, this, unfortunately, is not true. The Core i5 will still rely on 6 performance cores, and as a result, will have the same configuration as the original model. However, the CPU will still be 200 MHz faster – up to 5.3 GHz, assuming the specs are correct.

    14th Generation Intel Raptor Lake Refresh Desktop Processors Key Features:

    • Same architecture as Raptor Lake (Raptor Cove P-Core + Gracemont E-Cores)
    • Same process node as Raptor Lake (Intel 7 aka 10nm++)
    • Higher clock speed (+200 MHz on SKU “K”)
    • Support for faster DDR5 DIMMs
    • Much higher power consumption (about 300W)
    • Compatible with existing LGA 1700/1800 socket motherboards

    Intel Raptor Lake Refresh is due out in October. Only K and KF (non-GPU models) will be available initially, with regular 65W options expected early next year.

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