Intel’s 14th Gen Core Series Set to Launch in Mid-October

Intel’s 14th Gen Core series is reportedly set to launch in mid-October, according to a Chinese media outlet called Enthusiastic Citizen (ECSM). They have a track record of leaking CPU makers’ plans before they go public. The launch will happen in the 42nd week of this year, between October 17 and October 23. The report is based on Intel roadmaps that have not been released yet.

The 14th Gen Core series launch schedule will follow the usual pattern of splitting Core-K and non-K models. The non-K models will launch in the first week of 2024. So one can probably anticipate another CES launch.

Intel’s 14th Gen Core Series launching in Mid-October with Exciting Upgrades: Leaked Details and Platform Updates

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The Refresh will work with all existing LGA1700 motherboards that have the latest BIOS, except for the upcoming Core i7-14700K. This processor will use a new configuration of 8 Performance and 12 Efficient cores that might need a new firmware.

ECSM also mentions the next-gen desktop platform called Arrow Lake. It will bring a real update for the Intel desktop series with entirely new designs and a different socket, likely LGA-1851. The report lists Intel Z890, B860, and H810 motherboard chipsets as possible options. With no plans for the H870 chipset this time.

Intel has matched its consumer Core product naming and platform with AMD: Core 3/5/7/9 vs. Ryzen 3/5/7/9 and Z890/B860/H810 vs. X670/B650/B620.

Interestingly, the same media outlet reported last year that the 13th Gen Core “Raptor Lake” would launch in mid-October, after a planned September reveal. This turned out to be true, and enthusiasts may now feel a sense of familiarity, as Intel seems to follow a nearly identical yearly update cycle with the Refresh.

The launch of the 14th Gen Core series will bring exciting new features to Intel’s desktop CPUs. Such as improved performance, efficiency, and a different socket. With Arrow Lake, Intel will introduce a real update to its desktop series with entirely new designs. Enthusiasts and users alike will be eager to see what Intel has in store for them with the upcoming launch.

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