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In CPU-Z and Cinebench tests with several threads, the Intel Core i7-14700K is supposed to be around 17% faster than the 13700K

Hardware leaker @wnxod published a supposed benchmark of the Core i7-14700K processor, which is supposed to show a configuration with 8 performance cores and an unknown number of efficient cores. However, earlier reports spoke of 12 efficient cores.

The CPU is not recognized by any software yet, but it is identified as Raptor Lake HX/S. CPU-Z output shows that the CPU can reach up to 5.5 GHz, which is only 100 MHz more than the Core i7-13700K. However, the alleged increase in core count should carry more weight. If this value were correct, the Core i7-14700K would score 905 points in the CPU-Z single core test and 14965 points in the multi-thread test. The Cinebench R23 test would show 2192 points for the single-core test and 36296 points for the multi-thread test. This shows how it compares to the existing Core i7-13700K with 8 performance and 8 efficiency cores.

Core i7-14700K vs. 13700K:

  • CPU-Z: 3.8% (ST) & 18.2% (MT)
  • Cinebnech: 4.2% (ST) & 16.9% (MT)
Source: wnxod

The Core i7-14700K from the updated Raptor Lake series advertises a significant increase in multi-thread performance, but single-core performance, which is often crucial, only improves by 4%. However, it is uncertain whether this is the final version of the processor and how compatible it will be with existing motherboards. It is expected that the Intel Raptor Lake refresh will hit the market in October. The first wave of new Intel CPUs will focus on K-series SKUs, including the Core i7-14700K model.

Source: harukaze5719

A post on the Chinese Baidu forums shows the expected configuration of the Core i7-14700K desktop CPU based on an output of the Windows Task Manager. The CPU has a total of 20 cores and 28 threads, just like the mobile Core i7-13850HX CPU. However, it is clearly not a mobile CPU since its base clock is much higher (3.4 GHz compared to 2.1 GHz). If this is the base clock of the 14th generation Core CPU, it would indicate that this value has not changed compared to the previous generation.

Source: @wnxod, @harukaze5719


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Passt natürlich nicht zu den Intel-internen Zahlen, die @Igor Wallossek bekommen hat; und denen traue auch weil a. Igor keine wilden Gerüchte als Fakten reinstellt und b. die eher niedrigeren Änderungen in den Leistungen von RL nach RL Refresh einfach auch mehr Sinn machen.
Abschließend: "Cinebnech" Daten wären mir sowieso Suspekt 😁

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Igors Daten haban die CPUs aber mit dem 13900K verglichen.

Das kommt schon hin, wenn man bedenkt das der 14700 evtl. mehr E-Cores hat als der 13700.

Inwiefern das für den normalen user praxisrelevant bei popeligen 4% single threaded uplift ist mit noch mehr E-Cores zugespammt zu werden, sei mal dahingestellt.

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@Samir Bashir : Wenn du von einer (vermuteten) Erhöhung der Kernzahl berichtest, warum schreibst du nicht rein wieviele Kerne ein 13700K hat? Weiß sicher jede(r) auswendig.....

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