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Intel’s array of 14th generation mobile and desktop processors, which includes the potent new HX series.

Today, Intel is releasing the whole array of its 14th generation mobile and desktop CPUs, which includes the newest HX-series mobile processors, which will power some of the gaming laptops of 2024. The 14th generation CPUs are an update to the Raptor Lake 13th generation mobile versions that we debuted at CES last year, not to be confused with Intel’s new Core Ultra CPUs for laptops.

Intel 14th generation Cores and performance:

More demanding gaming laptops will come equipped with the flagship Intel Core i9-14900HX, which has 24 cores (eight performance cores and 16 efficiency cores) with a 5.8GHz turbo frequency. These newest CPUs include Thunderbolt 5 support, discrete Wi-Fi 7 support, Bluetooth 5.4 support, and up to 192GB of DDR5-5600 memory.

Intel is increasing the number of cores on the Core i7 edition, just like with the desktop counterparts. There are now 20 cores total on the Core i7-14700HX processor (eight performance cores and twelve efficiency cores). With four extra efficiency cores over the 13th generation Core i7 model, multithreaded apps and game performance should be enhanced.

Gamming performance 1080p AMD 97944HX vs Intel i9-14900HX:

Intel 14th generation

The first mobile processor to use AMD’s 3D V-Cache, the Ryzen 9 7945HX, is the object of compare for Intel’s most recent Core i9-14900HX. In majority of Intel’s testing, the i9-14900HX outperforms the 7945HX at 1080p; the exceptions are Red Dead Redemption 2, Cyberpunk 2077, and Horizon Zero Dawn.

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However, Intel has not provided any comparisons with its 13th generation CPUs. Upon reviewing the 14th generation desktop chips, we discovered that they were essentially a rebranding in name and design, lacking the performance to surpass AMD’s top desktop gaming CPU. Reviews will have to wait before we find out precisely how well Intel does on mobile this year.

power consumption and support DDR5 of Intel 14th generation:

In relation to desktop processors, Intel is also releasing today their mainstream 14th Gen desktop CPUs. There will be eighteen new CPUs available, with the flagship Core i9-14900 processor, which has 24 cores (eight performance / 16 efficiency) and costs $549. With a base power consumption of 65 watts and a maximum power demand of 219 watts for the Core i9 model, these are the less power-hungry 14th generation desktop processors.

The Core i7-14700 comes with a total of 20 cores (eight performance / 12 efficiency), just like the K version. The top-tier Core i5, i7, and i9 CPUs are backwards-compatible with motherboards from the Intel 600 and 700 series and support DDR5-5600 and 192GB of RAM.

This press release was amended on January 8th, to provide a more precise description of the turbo frequency of mobile Intel Core 14th Gen HX-series CPUs.

Highlights for Intel 14th gen:

  • The new flagship Intel CoreTM i9-14900HX, with 24 cores and the finest mobile experience in the world, is the highlight of Intel’s announcement of the Intel Core 14th Gen mobile CPU family.
  • For mainstream desktop, All-in-One, and edge devices, Intel unveils the full lineup of Intel Core 14th Gen desktop CPUs at the 65-watt and 35-watt levels.
  • With 10 cores and 12 threads and a maximum turbo frequency of 5.4 gigahertz (GHz), the Intel Core 7 processor 150U is the flagship model in Intel’s new Series 1 mobile CPU lineup.

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