Intel Core i5-14600KF CPU benchmark leak – up to 17% faster than Core i5-13600KF

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Intel Core i5-14600KF CPU benchmark leak - up to 17% faster than Core i5-13600KF

The latest benchmarks for Intel's Core i5-14600KF Raptor Lake Refresh CPU have leaked showing a 17% performance increase over the 13600KF.

Intel's Core i5-14600KF CPU shows up to 17% performance improvement over Core i5-13600KF in leaked benchmarks

Just yesterday we saw the Intel Core i5-14600KF leaked on a Gigabyte Z790 motherboard, and now it's been reported that the first references to the chip are running on an ASUS Z790 motherboard. The final tests were performed on an ASUS TUF Gaming Z790-PLUS WIFI motherboard with DDR5-6000 memory (32 GB capacity) and the Raptor Lake Refresh processor running at its standard clock speeds.

The specifications of the Intel Core i5-14600K CPU are simple. You will get a total of 6 P cores (12 threads) and 8 E cores (8 threads) for a total of 14 cores and 20 threads. The cores are once again based on the same 10ESF process node and use the Raptor Cove & Gracemont core architecture. The chip provides 24 MB of L3 cache and 20 MB of L2 cache. The CPU runs at a base clock speed of 3.5 GHz and boosts up to 5.3 GHz (over a single core).

As you can see from the specs above, the Core i5-14600K and Core i5-13600K are largely identical, with the only difference being the higher clocks. The Core i5-14600K might seem like a nice boost for users upgrading from a 12th generation Core i5 chip, and they can also expect a similar price. In recent benchmarks, the CPU was seen simply not running at its maximum 5.3GHz clock speeds.

In terms of performance, the CPU scored 2,794 points in single-core and 17,190 points in multi-core tests. In comparison, the Intel Core i5-13600KF scores 2644 points in single-core and 14634 multi-core points. This marks a 6% improvement in single-core and up to 17.5% improvement in multi-core performance. Compared to the Alder Lake Core i5-12600KF, the 14600KF offers a 15% single-core and 45% multi-core improvement.

In fact, the CPU even outperforms the Core i9-12900KF and even the Core i9-12900KS in benchmarks, which is a thing. The following are both single-core and multi-core benchmarks versus other chips:

Once again, everything will determine how Intel prices these chips. If they are available at the same prices as the existing chips then I guess there is some value for users upgrading from an older 12th gen chip, otherwise a discounted 13th gen chip might be the best way to go . Expect more information on Intel's 14th generation Raptor Lake-S Refresh Desktop CPU family at the upcoming Innovation 2023 event in September, which will also be the launch platform for Intel's Meteor Lake "Core Ultra" CPUs.

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