Core i9-14900K Tested in CPU-Z Benchmark
As the launch of Intel’s ‘new’ 14th-generation CPUs draws ever closer, it’s only natural that leaks become increasingly common and provide more detailed information. For instance, we recently witnessed a review of an engineering sample of the i7-14700K, MSI slides, and now, a benchmark of the i9-14900K!
The model, which is expected to be the flagship of the “new” generation, continues with the same Raptor Lake architecture, core count, and the 125W/253W TBP/MTP as the 13900K. However, it maintains the same clock speeds as the 13900KS, with a base frequency of 3.2GHz and a boost of 6GHz.
That being said, the leaker wxnod leaked a CPU-Z benchmark result for the “new” CPU, which scored 978 points in single-thread and 18117.5 in multi-thread. According to Videocardz, this is 3 to 5% higher than the 13900KS. It’s important to note that these numbers can vary based on the cooling system used and the quality of the silicon.
The release of the “new” 14th generation processors is expected to take place next month.