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Three new database entries including the results of OneRaichu’s Geekbench 6.2 tests on an Intel Core i9-14900KF CPU, most likely a preview sample, have been made available for public access. It is anticipated that the hardware enthusiast (and occasionally leaker) will write a thorough assessment of said flagship Raptor Lake Refresh processor. His assessment comes around a week after leaked Intel Core i9-14900K processors were discovered online via Geekbench 6.1 and CPU-Z benchmark results. The KF model lacks an integrated GPU, but the K model most likely has an iGPU from Intel’s UHD Graphics 700 series.
According to the database entries, single-core scores range from 3322 to 3347 points. The range of multi-core scores is 22895–23051 points. For good measure, a Geekbench 5 result is included, scoring 2412 points for single-core performance and 26972 points for multi-core performance. OneRaichu’s test setup used a 32 GB DDR5-7000 memory stick and an ASRock Z790 Taichi motherboard. His preferred operating system appears to be Microsoft Windows 11 (non-Pro) 64-bit. The statistics have been crunched, and according to VideoCardz, “preliminary benchmarks suggest that the Core i9-14900KF outperforms the i9-13900K by approximately 5-6% in multi-threaded tests and a minimum of 12% improvement in single-core performance.”
However, it’s important to keep in mind that we don’t have specific information on the test parameters used by OneRaichu during these evaluations, so these scores might not give an accurate and complete picture of the processor’s capabilities as a whole.
Based on the most recent Geekbench data, VideoCardz generously created the following comparison charts: