In mid-October, Intel released the first processor of the 14th Core i generation, aka the Raptor Lake refresh. The company has now announced that additional CPUs for desktops with 65 watts will follow soon. There will also be HX models for high-end notebooks.
Intel confirmed at an event in Asia that more Raptor Lake refresh CPUs will be released soon. In particular, from S series 65 watt model and from HX series speech. The latter processors are intended for workstations and high-end gaming notebooks and operate with a base power consumption of perhaps 55 watts. So far, Intel has only announced that S models with an active multiplier will be followed by more SKUs
CES 2024 revealed
In our tests of the refreshed processors, we hardly noticed any differences compared to their predecessors. After all, that’s about it Same architecture And aside from the Core i7-14700K, only clock speeds are slightly higher than before. Mainstream SKUs with 65 watts should also have little difference in performance.
Since the Intel one from the Asian event Publication soon Spokes, an announcement for CES 2024 in early January is considered likely. Performed from the Consumer Electronics Show 9th to 12th January Finally, a day before the official start of the trade fair, Intel released the mainstream SKUs and mobile SKUs of the Raptor Lake.
Raptor Lake refreshes and parallels Meteor Lake in the market
Meteor Lake will also be launched in mid-December, which is why there should also be several notebook announcements at CES. Both the Meteor Lake device and the Raptor Lake Refresh device will hit the market at the same time. You become them Differences based on different names able to do. Refresh CPUs belong to the 14th Core i generation with a well-known name, while Meteor Lake CPUs are marketed with new branding (Core Ultra etc.). It can still be confusing for informed customers.
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