A new Intel Core i9-12900K benchmark has appeared on the Geekbench website.
According to the data listed on the benchmark, the processor-featuring 8 Performance cores and 8 Efficient Cores was tested on Windows 11 Pro system. So, that hardware and software could fully utilize Intel’s new Thread Director technology. What’s more, the model used in the test is a flagship variant equipped with a total of 16 cores and 24 threads.
Moreover, the architecture is designed to take full benefit of the latest DDR5 memory. However, Intel will roll out the CPU with support for DDR4 memory. That said, the model used in the test was equipped with the DDR5 memory with 4800 MT/s as the timing since it appears to match JEDEC specs.
Furthermore, the processor managed to deliver a base clock of 3.2 GHz, whereas the boost clock was not correctly recorded. The boost clock is mentioned as 3 MHz on the result page and 29 GHz on the score’s detailed page. However, if we are to believe the rumors the Core i9-12900K could offer a boost clock of 5.3GHz on P-cores and 3.9 GHz on E-cores. The CPU was tested on Intel’s reference and validation platform.
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Core i9-12900K benchmark results
What’s more, the core i9-12900K managed to score a total of 1893 points in the single-core benchmark. Whereas, it score 17299 points in multi-core. On top of that, the CPU appears faster than the current Intel 11th Gen flagship by 2% and 57% respectively.
As of now, we have come across specs of at least 3 different K-series unlocked Alder Lake processors.
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