Intel Core i5-14600K: an OC model at 5.7 GHz under Geekbench

2023-10-02 08:45:42

With about two weeks until the official launch of Raptor Lake Refresh, a new performance leak emerges via Geekbench. In fact, the processor Intel Core i5-14600K showed itself at a frequency of 5.7 GHz. So here’s a new overview of the performance to expect.

Intel’s next i5 already benchmarked under Geekbench with the 14600K

The next Core i5-14600K fromIntel and its KF variant which does not feature an integrated GPU, are CPUs 14 hearts configured with 6 P-Cores et 8 E-Colors. Unlike the 14700K which gains cores over the 13700K, the i5 will not see an increase in core counts over its predecessor. Instead, users should expect a higher maximum frequency right out of the box reaching up to 5.3 GHz according to official data.

Recently, the CPU was tested on GIGABYTE Z790 AORUS Master ASUS Z790 TUF PLUS. The ASUS board-based system is equipped with 32GB of DDR5-5200 memory and appears to run at factory settings with clocks no higher than 5.3GHz. In contrast, the AORUS platform uses 48 GB of DDR5-7600 memory with frequencies ranging from 5.3 to 5.7 GHz, indicating that some form of overclocking has been applied.

In stock and Monothe CPU obtains scores of 2819/2779 and in the tests Multihe is recording 16666/16707 points. In “OC” (overclocked) mode, scores change to 2861 and 17974 points, respectively. This represents a very slight increase in performance in Mono and an improvement of approximately 8% in performance in Multi.

Since the latest score uses the same system as the leaked Intel Core i7-14700KF, we can now conclude that the Core i7 CPU will be at least 8% and 18% faster than the Core i5 respectively. This is assuming both scores used OC settings. Intel is now expected to announce its new CPU series on October 16 for public availability on October 17.

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