Intel Core i5-14600 Non-K Performance Analysis Revealed Ahead of Official Release

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A recent evaluation of Intel's yet-to-be-released Core i5-14600 non-K has been conducted by Twitter user @ecsm_official. This analysis included a stress test using Aida64 and performance measurement through the Cinebench R23 benchmark. In these tests, the i5-14600 demonstrated a multi-core score of 22,768 and a single-core score of 1,992, marginally lower than its counterpart, the recently launched i5-14600K, which scored 25,300 (multi-core) and 2,082 (single-core). The CPU-Z summary provided further details on the Core i5-14600, including its architecture comprising 6 performance cores and 8 efficiency cores, a 24 MB cache, and a thermal design power (TDP) of 65 W.

During the Aida64 stress test, the processor operated at a clock speed of 4.8 GHz. It's anticipated that under less intensive conditions, the clock speed might be slightly higher; for comparison, the i5-13600 can boost up to 5.3 GHz. The Intel Core i5-14600, part of the non-K Raptor Lake Refresh lineup, is slated for release early next year.


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