Intel 14th Gen 3% Faster Than 13th

Intel 14th Gen Processors Confirmed to be 3% Faster than 13th Gen

Earlier this week, we learned about the specifications and benchmark scores of some of the Intel Core 14th Gen processors. Now, there is more information revealed via leaks.

In a video posted online (via @DarkmontTech), MSI confirmed the performance increase users would get with the 14th-generation Intel Core chips. As per the video, the new chips will offer a mere 3% (approx.) performance increase compared to the last generation chips in the same segment.

The video was mistakenly posted and has been taken down. The video was also mainly about MSI’s new Intel 700 series of motherboards and some PC cases.

The video also confirmed that the new CPUs will be based on the same Intel 7 10nm process. That means there will not be any changes in the architecture of the CPUs. However, some of the variants are getting some extra efficiency cores.

MSI confirmed

Those are going to have about a 17% increase in multi-core performance. Earlier leaks confirmed that one of these will be the Intel Core i7-14700K. They also confirmed that not many CPUs will get extra cores.

As per the leak, the few 14th-generation Intel Core processors will only support DDR5 RAM. 14th-gen CPUs are not a reasonable upgrade for people already owning the 13th-generation ones.

As far as reports tell, we will see these new chips sometime around September. Intel will announce them at the Innovation 2023 event. As for the codename, MSI also mistakenly confirmed that they will be called the Raptor Lake Refresh CPUs.

For the unaware, the Intel Core 13th Gen Processors had the codename ‘Raptor Lake’. However, some sources suggest new chips could get the codename ‘Meteor Lake’ CPUs. Only time will tell us the tale of Intel’s ever-so-confusing naming schemes.

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Zaid is a tech writer at DealNTech, passionate about exploring and researching new gadgets and helping readers easily understand their features. He specializes in testing PC issues and staying up-to-date on the latest PC news. Email: [email protected].

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