Intel Unveils Powerful 14th-Gen CPU

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2024 in Las Vegas, Intel revealed its complete 14th-generation CPU family, catering to a wide range of users from AI enthusiasts to gamers and efficiency-seekers. The new lineup includes powerful "HX" series chips, such as the 24-core i9-14900HX, and new mainstream desktop CPUs. For those who prioritize performance and efficiency in thin and light notebooks, Intel also introduced the Core U Processor Series 1.

The 14th-gen CPUs are designed to serve different purposes:

  • Core Ultra Chips: These chips are tailored for AI PCs and offer great gaming performance when paired with external graphics cards. The Core i9-14900HX, Intel's most powerful new laptop chip, features eight P-cores, 16 E-cores, and a 5.8GHz turbo frequency. It outperforms AMD's Ryzen 7945X3D in gaming performance by 17% and is 51% faster than the Ryzen 7945HX for multitasking virtual productions using Unreal Engine 5's MetaHuman generator and RealityCapture software.

  • Core U Processor Series 1: These chips balance performance and efficiency in thin and light notebooks.

In addition to the laptop chips, Intel is also announcing 18 new 14th-gen desktop chips, with the top model, the $549 i9-14900, featuring 24 cores and a 5.8GHz turbo frequency. Although the Core i9-14900 is only six% faster than its 13th-gen predecessor in League of Legends, Intel claims it outperforms AMD's Ryzen 9 7900 in a step-up from the previous generation.

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