The very first criteria of Intel's Core i7-14700HX "Raptor Lake-HX Refresh" CPU have actually dripped out and it reveals an appealing uplift over its predecessor.
Intel Core i7-14700HX "Raptor Lake-HX" Refresh CPU Offers 25% Increase In Core Count & 20% Extra Performance Versus 13700HX
The Intel Core i7-14700HX is the follower to the Core i7-13700HX and belongs to the 14th Gen Raptor Lake-HX Refresh CPU household for note pad chips. The CPU uses 20 cores (8 +12), 28 threads, a frequency of 2.3 GHz base, & as much as 5.5 GHz increase clocks. The chip likewise uses 33 MB of L3 cache. The chip will include a base TDP of 55W and an MTP (Maximum Turbo Power of 157W).
Compared to its predecessor, the Core i7-13700HX, Intel's Core i7-14700HX CPU uses a 25% uplift in core count, a 16% uplift in thread count, 3 MB additional L3 cache, and a 400-500 MHz boost in the clock speeds. This need to mark a good efficiency increment over its predecessor, unlike the leading i9 chip which need to just gain from a clock speed boost.
The CPU was spotted running within ACER's Nitro AN17-72 laptop computer with 32 GB of DDR5 memory and the 14700HX attained a leading clock speed of around 5.5 GHz which is extremely outstanding. We can anticipate the leading Core i9-14900HX to wind up over 5.5 GHz increase if appropriate cooling is kept.
Coming to the efficiency standards, the Intel Core i7-14700HX CPUscored 2921 points in the single-core and 17,475 points within the multi-core tests. For contrast, the Core i7-13700HX navigates 2650-2700 points in single-core and 14,500-15,000 points in multi-core tests. This marks an efficiency enhancement of as much as 10 %in single-core and 20% in multi-core tests. Following are the contrasts: Laptop CPU Geekbench 6 Benchmark( Single-Core )Single-Core Score 0 500