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Intel® Core™ i7-14700K New Gaming Desktop Processor 20 cores (8 P-cores + 12 E-cores) with Integrated Graphics - Unlocked

Model Number: BX8071514700K

$443.30 USD
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Intel® Core™ i7-14700K desktop processor. Featuring Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 Frequency, PCIe 5.0 & 4.0 support, DDR5 and DDR4 support, unlocked Intel® Core™ i7 desktop processors are optimized for gamers and productivity to help deliver high performance. Compatible with Intel® 700 Series and Intel® 600 Series (with potential BIOS update) chipset-based motherboards. 125W Processor Base Power.

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Customer Reviews

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Milesk182
Better performance at cooler temps

I had the 13900k which is the same chip but it's a binned chip meaning the cream of the crop. My temps are 10c lower and the stabilization from core performance is much better. Yes it's about a 10fps jump but the temps are so much better. If you have a 13th gen it's not worth the upgrade but for my situation I didn't have to fully pay for the upgrade. Great chip if your just jumping on the platform.

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Yanis
Là même chose que le 13th

Consommation jusqu’à 320 W Trop chers rapport qualité prix

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Vinh Van Phan
Great CPU for the price

4 more efficiency cores than 13700K for about the same price! If you worried about the heat and power draw, go into the BIOS and set the CPU max power draw to 253W which is the max power draw from Intel's website. By setting CPU max power draw to 253W in BIOS, my temperature went from 93c down to 82c in Cinebench 2024 stress test. Actually only draws 60-70w when I game. Most of the time you will not use all the CPU cores so don't worry about power draw.

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Amazon Customer
She’s a hot one

I upgraded from a12700k with asus tuf z690 board and a arctic air 360 AIO. The 12700 K ran at about 50°C gaming.The 14700k runs in the mid 60s. The 12700k Cinebench score and temp was 22600/71c. The 14700k was 32000/87c . Still below throttling, which is OK according to Intel . When gaming I only see maybe five frames per second faster at 2k res .this is a good chip. Don’t get me wrong. with as many cores as this has, and the speed it should last for a long time, it far exceeds the needs of any. New or future games.

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Peanut
Can't argue with results

Intel has always worked better for me than competition. I feel like reviewers benchmarks may not be realistic to a typical PC setup. I'm getting 620Fps at 1440P in Rainbow Six Siege on a 4090 ROG Strix OC. Yes at this framerate my fans do spin fast and are loud, but I limit the frames to 143 and then it is quiet and the fans hardly spin. Case: Corsair 4000D GPU : Asus ROG STRIX 4090 OC CPU : Intel Core i9-14900K PSU : MSI MPG A1000G PCIE 5 ATX 3.0 Cooler : ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 280 Fans : 4x Antec PF12 Series Storage : 2X SAMSUNG 990 PRO SSD 4TB 870 EVO 4TB 2.5 Inch Memory : 64GB 2x32 Corsair Vengeance 5600MHz CL40 XMP Note: I would not recommend the cooler for this case and MB combo Heatsink on MB blocks cooler which doesn't properly screw in totally.

Intel® Core™ i7-14700K New Gaming Desktop Processor 20 cores (8 P-cores + 12 E-cores) with Integrated Graphics - Unlocked
Intel

Intel® Core™ i7-14700K New Gaming Desktop Processor 20 cores (8 P-cores + 12 E-cores) with Integrated Graphics - Unlocked

$443.30 USD

Intel® Core™ i7-14700K desktop processor. Featuring Intel® Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0 Frequency, PCIe 5.0 & 4.0 support, DDR5 and DDR4 support, unlocked Intel® Core™ i7 desktop processors are optimized for gamers and productivity to help deliver high performance. Compatible with Intel® 700 Series and Intel® 600 Series (with potential BIOS update) chipset-based motherboards. 125W Processor Base Power.

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