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Intel Core i5-14400 and Core i3-14100: 14th generation non-K models launch on January 8th

Enthusiast Citizen previously leaked the benchmark results of Intel’s Core i5-14600 and has now revealed two more models, the Core i5-14400 and the Core i3-14100. The leaker also states that Intel will launch the chips on January 8 after the CES 2024 announcement. The chips will be available in retail stores from the same day, along with budget-oriented motherboards.

Source: Intel

The Intel Core i5-14400 is a 10-core processor with 6 P-cores and 4 E-cores as well as 16 threads. It has a base clock frequency of 2.5 GHz, a boost clock of 4.7 GHz, 20 MB L3 cache, 9.5 MB L2 cache and a TDP of 65W. The Intel Core i3-14100 is an entry-level model with only 4 P-cores and 8 threads. It has 12 MB L3 cache, 5 MB L2 cache, a base clock frequency of 3.5 GHz, a boost clock of 4.7 GHz and a TDP of 65W. Similar to their 13th generation predecessors, both chips are offered at a price of around 200 EURO for the i5 and 100 EURO for the i3.

Both CPUs were tested using the CPU-z and Cinebench R23 benchmarks, while stress tests were performed in the AIDA64 “CPU FPU” test.

The Intel Core i3-14100 achieved a maximum all-core boost clock speed of 4.5 GHz with a power consumption of 68.75 W, while the Core i5-14400 achieved a maximum all-core boost clock speed of 4.10 GHz (3.5 GHz E-core) with a TDP of 84.75 W. In terms of performance, increasing the clock frequency by 200 MHz brings only a minimal improvement. However, since you are paying the same for these chips as the 13th Gen SKUs, it should be a good deal unless the 13th Gen chips are offered at a lower price.

Intel’s 14th-generation non-K lineup will go up against AMD’s latest additions to its AM4 and AM5 families, which are focused on the budget segment. AMD has new Ryzen 5000 chips, including X3D parts, which are expected to maintain a solid lead over Intel’s 14th generation non-K CPUs in the gaming space. However, the Ryzen 8000G APU family will go a step further and offer solid performance with Zen 4 and RDNA 3 graphics.

Source: ECSM_Official

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Jo!
Für die Sparfüchse.
Der i5-13500.. wird wh bald auf uvp 199 und drunter gehen.
Cb 20.000 bei 148 Watt ( 5900x Cb 20.000 bei 142-148w.. der fällt, ab 210 Euro auch gut).
2024 ist ein gutes Jahr. peace :)

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arcDaniel

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Eigentlich warte ich auch auf die non-K Modelle, allerdings sind die Preisunterschiede oft leider sehr gering. Da frage ich mich ob ich nicht jetzt schon einfach eine K CPU kaufen soll und diese einfach im Bios auf 65W setzten soll.

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Danke für die Spende



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