Intel’s new 12-core “AlderLake” CPUs are available, but they are all K-series variants, while the new non-K-series now come with several new processors.
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In the new leak, we introduced the Intel 12th Gen Core K-less CPU series, including Core i9-12900, Core i5-12600, Core i5-12500 and Core i5-12400. Among these processors are Core i7-12700, Core i3-12300, Core i3-12100 and F-series variants without integrated GPUs.
The new Intel Core i9-12900 will have a 16-core, 24-thread (8P + 8E) CPU with a 2.4GHz core CPU clock and a 5.1GHz CPU clock and 30MB L3 cache. The Intel Core i7-12700 cuts performance cores in half, with CPU clocks up to 12 cores and 20 threads (8P + 4E) increased to 2.1GHz and 4.9GHz (which only applies to performance cores).
With Core i5-12600, Core i5-12500, and Core i5-12400 processors, Intel is disabling performance cores in the Core i5 processor family. Core i5-12600 has base CPU clocks of 3.3 GHz and boosts CPU clocks at 4.8 GHz, while Core i5-12500 and Core i5-12400 have base CPU clocks and boosts at 3.0 GHz, 4.6 GHz, 4.6 GHz, 45 GHz 45 GHz 4 and 2, respectively. , Straight.
We’ll also see a Core i3 series with non-K variants, but we don’t know what’s going on in that CPU and what makes it work inside of it. Intel is expected to offer a quad-core CPU without any hybrid functionality, but that’s yet to be seen.
With the new B660 and H610 motherboards dropping in mid-January 2022, we can expect Intel to release its new non-K series at CES 2022.
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