The next generation of the app will go through a phase never seen before
According to new rumors, the 14th generation of Intel Core Raptor Lake processors can go up to 6.2 GHz. A new record for a non-overclocking app.
Change is on the horizon for Intel. The brand is said to be rebranding its line of processors, the first in 15 years, and is working on a new, more advanced manufacturing process. While waiting for these big changes, engineers are working on Raptor Lake Refresh, the 14th generation of Intel Core processors, which will logically succeed 2022’s Raptor Lake.
Is the 6 GHz limit exceeded?
According to the chain Moore’s Law is dead, the 14th generation of Intel Core processors will be historic. In fact, Raptor Lake Refresh processors for desktop PCs can reach a frequency of 6.2 to 6.5 GHz. Gone are the days when Intel was at a standstill with its Pentium 4’s frequency boost.
As a reminder, the 2022 Raptor lake range went up to 5.8 GHz. If we’re talking about records here, we’re talking about commercial apps, not overclocking competitions. Additionally, there is talk of a processor that will most likely be air-cooled.
The launch is planned for the beginning of the school year, in the 3rd quarter of the year, and the processors will still be compatible with Socket 1700. In other words, Intel will continue to keep the same platform for the 3rd generation. An inspiration from AMD’s good practices in this area, we can salute. Intel has accustomed us in the past to force motherboard replacements.
The new range of processors will be quite wide with offerings starting from 35W processors to 125W CPUs.
See you at the end of the year to see a better overview of what Intel can offer.
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