Intel 14th Gen Raptor Lake Refresh pricing leaks through UK retailer

UK pricing leaks for Intel’s 14th Generation Raptor Lake Refresh processors

Thanks to Overclockers UK, who recently listed several Intel 14th Generation CPUs on their website, we now know the UK pricing of Intel’s soon to be launched Raptor Lake Refresh processors. Hardware leaker @momomo_us on X, was the first to spot these listings, and made note of the prices of Intel’s new i5,i7, and i9 CPUs.

With their 14th generation processors, Intel appears to be pricing their new CPUs similarly to their last-generation counterparts. This means, that Intel are now offering LGA-1700 motherboard users higher levels of CPU performance without a major price increase. This is great news for hardware enthusiasts. It looks like Intel will be offering PC builders more value for money with these new CPUs. This also means that 13th generation Raptor Lake CPUs may soon be available with significant discounts.

Specifications for Intel’s planned Raptor Lake Refresh CPUs have already leaked. These leaks confirmed that these new processors will offer users higher core clock speeds and no architectural advancements. That said, the new i7-14700K and i7-14700KF will offer users four more E-cores than its predecessor, and additional L3 cache.

Below is a list of Intel’s 14th Generation CPUs and leaked their UK prices.

  • i9-14900K – 8 P-core + 16 E-core – £578.99
  • i9-14900KF – 8 P-core + 12 E-core – £559.99
  • i7-14700KF – 8 P-core + 12 E-core – £398.99
  • i5-14600K – 6 P-core + 8 E-core – £319.99
  • i5-14600KF – 6 P-core + 8 E-core – £299.99

Intel’s 14th Generation Raptor Lake Refresh CPUs are due to become available within the next few weeks. These CPUs will launch alongside update Z790 motherboard from various manufacturers, including ASUS, MSI, Gigabyte, ASRock and others.

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