Intel has already rolled out its Alder Lake-S processors, including the flagship Core i9-12900K. The company is yet to announce the non-K models but reports have revealed some information about them.
Recently, VideoCardz got hold of some leaked marketing materials for the Intel Core i3-12100F and Core i5-12400F. The aforesaid CPUs may not feature efficient cores.
What’s more, the marketing material included details about three chips. They will reportedly come with the previously leaked Laminar RMI stock cooling system. It has a TDP of 65W but we still don’t know if it will include OEM packaging material.
Moreover, the Intel Core i3-12100F is equipped with 4 cores and 8 threads. With clock boost up to 4.3GHz, according to leaked reports. Plus, the Core i5-12400F will feature 6 cores and 12 threads. Whereas, the i7-12700F will pack the same characteristics as that of the K model. However, it will have a lower frequency and TDP.
It is important to note that none of this information is officially confirmed as of now. So, you should take it with a grain of salt.
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Benchmarks results Lake CPUs for are already promising
Bilibili recently published two new benchmarks; from those benchmarks, it appears that Intel Core i5-12400F is already a powerhouse. In other tests, including one for gaming, the chipset appears to have outperformed the Core i7-11700K, Core i5-11400F, and Ryzen 5 5600X.
If we talk about the performance benchmarks of Core i5-12400F; the CPU has performed better than many other processors in single-core performance. On the other hand, the 5600X and 11400F have outperformed in multi-threaded tests. The only processor to beat them was the Core i7, which offers a slightly better clock speed and a higher thread count.
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