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Computex May Have Provided Hints On What’s To Come With Intel’s 14th Gen CPUs

by Low Boon ShenJune 1, 2023
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Computex May Have Provided Hints On What’s To Come With Intel’s 14th Gen CPUs

Intel 14th Gen CPUs

While Intel themselves was focusing on the upcoming Meteor Lake mobile chip (which will use a new name entirely), Wccftech claims that based on the conversations made with various PC peripheral vendors, the upcoming 14th Gen CPUs should have a few key differences than the current 13th Gen chips.

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]First off, ADATA has explicitly mentioned the name “14th Gen” on the spec sheet under their new DDR5-6400 CKD DIMM memory. Despite the memory speed increase, this set of modules is set on the JEDEC-spec 1.1 volts with the CAS latency rated at 46 cycles – not exactly aggressive as far as timing go. The publication also claimed to heard various mentions of 14th Gen elsewhere in the show floor, with one of them just received a BIOS designed for upcoming chips last week.

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ASRock Z790 Phantom Gaming NOVA (middle).

Coincidentally, GIGABYTE, MSI and ASRock each has released a ‘refreshed’ version of their existing motherboard lineup (AORUS Xtreme X / Master X, MSI Z790 MAX series, Phantom Gaming NOVA), mainly with the inclusion of even more robust VRM and 5GbE+ LAN ports. ASRock in particular mentions the fact that Intel may be pushing even higher TDP based on the press release, though nothing’s confirmed for now.

Intel’s 14th Gen CPUs will be a Raptor Lake Refresh – with some clockspeed bumps up to 6.5GHz and additional features such as DLVR (Digital Linear Voltage Regulator). The chips are otherwise mostly identical, and it will be a direct drop-in upgrade for existing Intel 600 and 700 series motherboards. Expect these models to launch somewhere in 2H 2023.

Source: Wccftech

Pokdepinion: Given that 250W+ can punish some of the best AIOs out there, we’ll see if anything tames 300W or more. 

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