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A month or so before its anticipated release at retail, an Intel Core i5-14600K processor has been benchmarked; according to earlier leaks, this specific model is the most cost-effective option among a variety of 14th Gen Core “Raptor Lake Refresh” CPUs. On October 17, a total of six SKUs with K and KF variations are planned to go on sale. Tomorrow at Team Blue’s Innovation event, the new processor product lines will be formally unveiled. An engineering sample (ES) of the aforementioned i5-14600K model was obtained by China’s ECSM, who then subjected it to exhaustive testing in Cinebench R23, Cinebench 2024, and CPU-Z. Some of the results may not be completely accurate or dependable because the brief report did not provide the precise testbench conditions.
The Core i5-14600K’s already-leaked specifications—six powerful Raptor Cove cores operating at a base clock of 3.50 GHz and a maximum clock of 5.30 GHz (a 200 MHz improvement over the Core i5-13600K)—are confirmed by ECSM’s snapshot of CPU-Z. Eight efficiency-focused Gracemont cores with a 4.0 GHz clock speed—100 MHz greater than the previous model. The Core i5-14600K and i5-13600K both contain 24 MB L3 cache and 125 W PBP; the core voltage of the engineering sample that was leaked was shown to be 1.2 V. 1.14 V is used by the prior generation CPU. The CPU package power consumption, according to ECSM, reached 160 W, and the burn-in voltage is still out of control, particularly for the two 8P variants, which are both at 1.4 V+. Manual voltage reduction has a lot of space to grow, though.
Based on data from ECSM and third-party sources like Guru3D and CGDirector, Tom’s Hardware and VideoCardz have created some comparative charts: