Intel Expected To Launch 14th Gen Core Non-K Desktop CPUs On January 8th

In less than a month, the Intel 14th Gen Core series for desktops, with a power consumption of 65 watts and below, will be launched. ECSM asserts that the rest of the Raptor Lake Refresh series is set to be released on January 8th, aligning with the CEO’s address at CES 2024 scheduled for the next day.

14100 FPU

Linked to a leak, this rumor involves two fresh components: the Core i3-14100 and Core i5-14400 models. The 14100 is a quad-core CPU with 8 threads, all designated as Performance cores. It is expected to achieve a boost up to 4.7 GHz. While the default TDP is 60W, it rises to 68.75W during the AIDA64 stress test.

14400 FPU

Moreover, ECSM presented a screenshot verifying that the Core i5-14400 will be equipped with 6 P-Cores and 4 E-Cores, resulting in a configuration of 10 cores and 16 threads. While this processor can boost up to 4.7 GHz, during the AIDA64 stress test, it reaches 4.1 GHz with P-Cores and 3.5 GHz with E-Cores.

14100 CPUZ

Scheduled for release around the same time, the company is preparing to launch its 58-65W desktop CPUs and low-power Core-T series, featuring a default TDP of 35W. Additionally, there are expectations that Intel will proceed with the introduction of a special edition, the 14900KS variant, known for its clock reaching as high as 6.2 GHz. This particular SKU is rumored to have a default TDP of 150W.


Source: ECSM