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Intel Core i9-14900KS debuts with 6.2 GHz max turbo frequency

Intel introduced the Core i9-14900KS processor today with one major milestone – the processor now reaches 6.2 GHz turbo frequency, a first for stock desktop CPUs.

The processor gains 200 MHz over the Core i9-14900K and Core i9-13900KS but keeps the rest of the specs, like 24 CPU cores and 32 Threads.

Intel Core i9-14900KS is official with 6.2 GHz max turbo frequency

The KS variant of the 14th-gen Intel chip has a higher base power limit of 150W, compared with the K version, but was already the same as the 13th-gen KS.

The max turbo frequency across the board is 200 MHz higher; everything else remains the same – 36 MB cache, 192 GB supported RAM, Intel Graphics 770 with 300 MHz base frequency and 1.65 GHz max dynamic frequency.

Intel Core i9 vs the competition
Intel Core i9 vs the competition
Intel Core i9 vs the competition

Intel Core i9 vs the competition

Intel is already selling the Core i9-14900KS through retailers as a boxed processor or integrated into systems and OEM partners. The price for the processor is set at $699.

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