In Geekbench 6, Intel’s 14th generation Core i5-14600K CPU has been compared at both stock and overclocked speeds.
The Intel Core i5-14600K CPU has seen no lack of benchmark leaks. The Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 CPUs will be directly rivaled by this 14th generation processor as it targets the $300 US general market.
The Intel Core i5-14600K CPU’s specs are uncomplicated. For a total of 14 cores and 20 threads, you will get a combination of 6 P-Cores (12 threads) and 8 E-Cores (8 threads). The cores employ the Raptor Cove & Gracemont core architecture and are once again based on the same 10ESF process node. Both the L3 and L2 caches on the chip total 24 MB and 20 MB, respectively. The CPU’s basic operating frequency is 3.5 GHz, and it can turbo to 5.3 GHz (across a single core).
The most recent benchmarks have now been uploaded to the Geekbench 6 database and demonstrate what the CPU’s performance would be like at stock and overclocked settings. The first set of tests yields a single-core score of 2819 points and a multi-core score of 16,707 utilizing an ASUS TUF Gaming Z790-PLUS WIFI Motherboard with DDR5-5200 memory (32 GB capacity). Over the i5-13600K, this is a 6% boost in single-core performance and a 13% increase in multi-core performance.
The remainder of the 14th Gen “Unlocked” CPUs, including the Intel Core i5-14600K, are anticipated to go on sale next month on October 17.