With the i9-12900K / KF, i7-12700K / KF and i5-12600KF, Intel has already launched the first processors of the Core 12000 series in a first wave for desktop PCs (Alder Lake-S). impressed the vast majority of reviewers, with an achievement worth saying, and capable of propping AMD up against the wall.
But the new generation of processors won’t stop there!
Is that in addition to the mid-range, where we have to highlight the i5-12400F, which should burst “with all that” at 150 €. We will have to greet them too Intel Core Alder Lake-P. In other words, the line of processors designed for the notebook world that seem to be moving into AMD’s realm even more.
New Intel mobile processors are on the way
Intel also wants to bring much of the technology that it introduced in the Core 12000s for desktop PCs in the form of the Intel Alder Lake-P into the world of notebooks, which instead of the Alder Lake-S have a major focus on the “power budget” to be implemented in a wide variety of platforms.
All in all, we had access to a new one today Benchmark, this time from Geekbench 5, where the Intel Core i7-12800H showed some of its capabilities, with 6 cores focused on performance and 8 cores more geared towards efficiency. In other words, the big.LITTLE design of the desktop processors will add a touch of grace to the mobile segment as well.
Intel’s new CPU achieved 1654 points in the single-core test and 9618 points in the multi-core test. In direct comparison to the Ryzen 7 5800H, Intel’s alternative is 25% faster with single-core and 35% faster with multi-core.
This special CPU is an integral part of a new gigabyte notebook, the AORUS 15 YE4, which is due to hit the market in the near future.
Besides, what do you think of all of this? Enthusiastic about the new offerings from Intel? Or do you fear that the inventory is a shame again? Please let us know what you think in the comments below.