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Intel has a Core i9-14900KS on the way

For a few generations now, Intel has followed up its flagship Core i9 desktop CPU with a ‘KS' variant, a binned version of the processor with higher clock speeds. While not officially announced yet, it does appear that a Core i9-14900KS is on the way, and it should be capable of up to 6.2GHz speeds out of the box. 

Assuming the listing shared on the Anandtech forum by igor_kavinski is accurate, the i9-14900KS will have a boost clock speed of 6.2GHz. Although the number of cores is not specified, it would be strange if this differed from the i9-14900K. On the other hand, TDP should be slightly higher, most likely set at 150W.

Image credit: Anandtech (igor_kavinski)

It's worth noting that the store may not actually have the new CPU in stock despite displaying it on their site. The Core i9-14900KS is paired with DDR4-3200 memory, and the system lacks a dedicated GPU.

This processor so far has only shown up listed as part of this pre-built system, which also pairs the chip with DDR4 memory and lacks a dedicated GPU, which has us scratching our heads a bit. Typically, we would expect to see this CPU bundled with the latest DDR5 memory and a high-end GPU.

The Core i9-14900KS should launch in 2024 for the DIY PC market.

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KitGuru says: While we would assume a 14900KS will become available eventually, we do wonder if this listing is an error, as the CPU shouldn't be launching until the first half of 2024. 

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