Specs for Intel’s unreleased low-power 14th Gen T-series CPUs leak out – 35 watts and up to 5.5GHz

Leaked specifications for Intel’s forthcoming 14th Generation T-series CPUs have surfaced, revealing notable enhancements in clock speeds compared to their 13th Gen counterparts. The leak, originating from hardware analyst @momomo_us on X, suggests that these refreshed T-series processors will maintain the characteristic 35-watt TDP of their predecessors, with an anticipated release early next year.

Here are the purported specifications for the 14th Gen T-series CPUs:

ModelCoresBoost FrequencyTDP
Core i9-14900T24 (8P + 16E)5.5 GHz35W
Core i9-13900T24 (8P + 16E)5.3 GHz35W
Core i7-14700T20 (8P + 12E)5.2 GHz35W
Core i7-13700T16 (8P + 8E)4.9 GHz35W
Core i5-14500T14 (6P + 8E)4.8 GHz35W
Core i5-13500T14 (6P + 8E)4.6 GHz35W
Core i5-14400T10 (6P + 4E)4.5 GHz35W
Core i5-13400T10 (6P + 4E)4.4 GHz35W
Core i3-14100T4 (4P)4.4 GHz35W
Core i3-13100T4 (4P)4.2 GHz35W
Intel Core 300T2 (2P)3.4 GHz35W
Intel Core 3002 (2P)3.9 GHz46W

Notably, these specifications encompass a T-series variant for nearly every desktop Raptor Lake Refresh CPU, including unreleased budget and midrange models. However, the absence of the Core i5-14600T leaves uncertainties about its inclusion in the lineup. Additionally, the leak references the rumored Intel Core 300, a dual P-core CPU, along with its T-series counterpart.

In contrast to Intel’s 13th Gen T-series CPUs, the 14th Gen models exhibit higher clock speeds, generally featuring a 200 MHz increase. Noteworthy exceptions include the 14700T, boasting a 300 MHz higher frequency than the 13700T, and the 14400T, improved by 100 MHz.

While T-series CPUs may not be of significant interest to the majority of users, enthusiasts seeking optimal performance for small form-factor PCs may find value in these low-TDP processors. Their reliability in maintaining clock speeds makes them particularly suitable for Mini-ITX and other compact builds, offering a compelling option for those prioritizing power efficiency in confined spaces.

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