Intel Unveils 14th Gen Mobile and Desktop Processors at CES 2024 Show

Intel has revealed full spectrum of 14th Gen mobile and desktop processors, showcasing the powerful HX-series mobile processors and the expanded range of 65-watt and 35-watt desktop processors at CES 2024.
Intel Core 14th Gen mobile processor at CES 2024Alongside this, Intel introduced the Intel Core mobile processor Series 1 family, led by the Intel Core 7 processor 150U, designed for high-performance, slim, and light mobile systems in mainstream PC markets.

Roger Chandler, Intel’s Vice President and General Manager of Enthusiast PC and Workstations in the Client Computing Group, expressed, “Our Intel Core 14th Gen processor family is tailored to deliver superior performance and platform features to both enthusiasts and mainstream PC users.”

The launch encompasses a wide array of processors, offering exceptional capabilities and features across various computing needs.

The highlight of the release includes:

Intel Core 14th Gen HX-series: Setting New Standards for Mobile Enthusiasts

Led by the Intel Core i9-14900HX with 24 cores and 32 threads, these processors cater to gamers, creators, and professionals seeking both high compute performance and mobile flexibility.

Key features include up to 5.8 GHz turbo frequency, up to 17 percent enhanced gaming performance, support for up to 192GB of DDR5-5600 memory, Thunderbolt 5 with 80Gbps bandwidth, and advanced wireless connectivity.

Intel Core 14th Gen Mainstream Desktop Processors: Elevating Real-World Performance

With up to 24 cores and 32 threads in the i9-14900 processors, these offerings promise up to 37 percent faster multi-thread performance and support for up to 192GB of DDR5-5600/DDR4-3200 memory.

They retain backward compatibility with existing Intel 600- and 700-series-based motherboards, ensuring seamless integration for users.

Intel Core U Processor Series 1: Efficiency Meets Performance in Thin-and-Light Systems

Boasting up to 5.4 GHz turbo frequency and up to 10 cores, the Intel Core 7 processor 150U targets the mainstream thin-and-light segment, promising efficient, balanced performance.

These processors also support Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, Bluetooth 5.4/5.3, and advanced wireless options, catering to the demands of modern, sleek mobile systems.

The CES unveiling aligns with Intel’s partner showcase featuring a range of Ultra-powered systems, ensuring that users seeking high-performance computing solutions find a suitable match. These new processors promise to revolutionize diverse industries, from classrooms with interactive whiteboards to sophisticated medical imaging displays and streamlined factory automation.

Mobile systems powered by the Intel Core U Processor Series 1 are expected to hit the market in Q1 2024, further expanding Intel’s presence in the mobile computing landscape.

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