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Intel’s 14th Gen Non-K Raptor Lake Refresh 65W Desktop CPU Lineup Leaked

Intel is gearing up to unveil its 14th Gen Non-K CPU lineup, codenamed “Raptor Lake Refresh,” for desktop PCs at CES 2024. This diverse range of chips includes 65W Non-K, 35W “T,” and Non-IGPU “F” series variants. While maintaining similar specifications to the 13th Gen family, the new lineup introduces SKU updates like the Core i7-14700, boasting an increased number of Efficiency Cores. Despite numerous benchmark leaks, this compilation focuses on the publicly disclosed Geekbench performance scores.


The All New Intel 14th Gen Non-K Raptor Lake Lineup

Covering 14th Gen Non-K 65W CPUs, such as the Core i9-14900, Core i7-14700, Core i5-14600, Core i5-14500, Core i5-14400, and Core i5-14100, the “F” series models exhibit nearly identical performance without the integrated GPU. On the other hand, the “T” series, with a lower base TDP and MTP range, offers reduced CPU performance, making them ideal for low-power office, business, and Mini PCs. Test configurations for each CPU include:

  • Core i9-14900: Intel Reference Evaluation Platform with DDR5-6200 (128 GB)
  • Core i7-14700: Intel Reference Evaluation Platform with DDR5-6000 (32 GB)
  • Core i5-14600: ASRock Z790 Taichi Motherboard with DDR5-5600 (32 GB)
  • Core i5-14500: Gigabyte Z790 UD Motherboard with DDR5-5600 (32 GB)
  • Core i5-14400: AORUS Z790 PRO X Motherboard with DDR5-6600 (32 GB)
  • Core i3-14100: ASRock Z790 NOVA Motherboard with DDR5-6200 (32 GB)

In terms of single-core results, there is an average 10% performance uplift over the 13th Gen Non-K family, promising improved performance at similar price points. For multi-threaded performance, the Core i9-14900, running on a “Balanced” profile, outperforms the Core i9-13900 by 5%. The i7-14700 is also around 5% faster, while the Core i5 and Core i3 parts exhibit substantial gains ranging from 20–30% over the 13th Gen chips.

Despite exploring potential factors such as non-K OC or base clock/power OC profiles, the benchmark reports do not provide clarity. The Intel 14th Gen Non-K Raptor Lake Refresh Desktop CPUs face stiff competition from AMD’s new Ryzen 5000 (AM4) offerings for the budget segment and Ryzen 8000 (AM5) APUs for the mainstream segment, expected to be released in February.


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