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According to VideoCardz, Intel will introduce its next-generation Core processor in the middle of the following month, or at least some of them will. It appears to be a staggered rollout, as it often is when it comes to Intel and product introductions, but this time it’s starting to seem a little odd. In order to confirm that the timeframe suggested by VideoCardz was accurate, we verified with our sources. They informed us that motherboards should be made available later this month, partly since Intel isn’t releasing a new chipset for the 14th Gen Core processors. This implies that motherboard manufacturers are essentially free to release their updated board for the 14th Gen Core processors at any time.
The Core i9-14900K, Core i7-14700K, and Core i5-14600K, as well as their KF counterparts, are expected to be the first CPUs to be on sale. According to VideoCardz, marketing for these CPUs will start on October 16 and sales and reviews will follow on October 17. The remaining Raptor Lake update CPUs are expected to go on sale sometime in the first quarter of 2024, perhaps after a CES announcement. However, it looks that Intel will formally reveal the Raptor Lake update processors on September 19 during Intel Innovation 2023, which begins the following week. Early performance leaks indicate that individuals who already own a current CPU won’t be unduly enticed by these new chips from Intel, and most consumers would be better served to hold off until Intel switches to a new socket next year if they’re considering purchasing a new Intel-based system.