Early performance reviews of the 12th generation Intel Alder Lake Desktop processors, including the Core i5-12400, Core i3-12300, and Core i3-12100, have been posted on the Chiphell forums since then. enthusiastic citizen.
Intel Alder Lake Core i3-12300 and Core i3-12100 quad-core processors destroy AMD Zen 3 quad-core, Core i5-12400 wins/$5600X, while running more efficiently and cooler
The Intel Non-K series is designed more for standard and more cost-effective gaming suites. They don’t necessarily offer higher overclocking options or higher clocks (and higher TDPs) than unlocked definition volumes, but they do offer lower TDPs and are well suited to OEMs and their pre-built options. As such, Intel is expected to release at least 19 non-K variants of its 12th-generation Alder Lake-S desktop CPU family. In this post, we have already covered the detailed specifications of the report.
Intel Non-K Alder Lake-S Core i5 processor
The Intel Core i5-12400 will have a hexa-core design and 12 fibers and will only include Golden Cove (P-cores). The chip will have 18MB of L3 cache and cycles will be rated at a base frequency of 3.00GHz and incremented to 4.6GHz. The CPU comes with a 65W TDP and it will be interesting to see how this chip performs compared to AMD’s Ryzen 5 5600X, as it focuses on the same segment. An Intel Core i5-12400 processor for $210, while the F 12400 variant hits the shelves for $180.
Intel Non-K Alder Lake-S Core i3 processor
Finally, we have the Core i3 range, which includes the Intel Core i3-12300 and i3-12100. Both processors are equipped with 4 cores and 8 threads (4 Golden Cove cores). The chip clock is kept at 4.4 GHz and 4.3 GHz. It also has 12MB of L3 cache, each chip under the i5-12600 has UHD730 graphics, while the high-end chips include the iGPU UHD770 processor. The Core i3-12100 will sell for $140 for the Standard and $110 for the F variant, while the 12,300 will sell for $150.
For testing, Intel Alder Lake Core i5 and Core i3 processors were tested on an ASRock Z690 Phantom Gaming 4 motherboard along with Apacer NOX DDR4-4266 (8GB x 2) memory. AMD platform used for comparison Only the motherboard has been changed to the ASRock X570 Taichi, while other specifications such as the graphics card (RX 6800 XT Taichi) and cooling remain the same.
Intel Alder Lake Non-K Core i5 and Core i3 synthetic processor performance benchmarks
First of all, we need to talk about synthetic benchmarks starting with the Intel Core i5-12400. The i5 chip rests comfortably on top of or on the same level as the Ryzen 5 5600X with PBO enabled. The average performance gain is around 5%, which isn’t a lot, but since this chip is about 50-55% cheaper ($180 vs.
The Intel Core i3 parts are compared to the Ryzen 3 5350G, which is the only quad-core, 8-threaded Zen 3 part that can be compared, and here Core i3 processors completely outperform Zen 3, even with the same number of cores and threads. . We are talking about a profit of up to 26% and on average it is at the level of 20%. It’s a huge improvement over Intel’s Comet Lake components and a great lead over AMD’s Zen 3 chipset.
Intel Alder Lake Non-K Core i5 and Core i3 gaming CPU performance benchmarks
After moving to game standards, the Intel Core i5-12400 and AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor overlap. AMD won 3 tests and Intel won 3 tests, but we also have to realize that the AMD chip uses PBO and its cost is much higher. On the front of the Core i3, these entry level chips outperform all other CPUs selected in this segment. Again, the earnings are up to 50% and this is something that really excites players on a low budget.
Spotreba procesora Intel Alder Lake Non-K Core i5 a Core i3
AMD has been the king of efficiency for several years with the best 7nm chipset. The madness is over because not only high-end chips but also low-end chips that use Intel’s 10 ESF processing nodes offer better efficiency. An Intel Core i5-12400 processor consumes 73 watts at maximum load, while an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X processor with PBO 119 watts Average performance increase of 30-40%.
Teploty procesora Intel Alder Lake Non-K Core i5 a Core i3
Finally, we have the temperatures at which the Intel Core i5-12400 runs at a cool 58°C compared to 86°C on an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X. The Core i3 runs a little warmer than the Core i5 chip at 62 °C, but it’s much lower than the 68 °C Ryzen 3 5350G. The graphs below also show response time numbers.
In addition to this Forum Vietnam win They also released some early impressions of the performance of the Intel Core i5-12400 processor and also tested a chip with a CPU cooler in the box, which finishes at maximum load at a temperature of about 70-80 ° C.
The chips seem like a nice upgrade to an older 14nm platform and even to those who can use the old Zen platform and want to upgrade to something new. Intel’s Non-K series has the potential to turn things around in the entry level and mainstream segments, as does the K-series chipsets at the top. The Intel Alder Lake Core i5 and Core i3 processors come with a new Intel heatsink that features a sleek new design and is fully compatible with the LGA 1700 socket. In addition, Intel will introduce the H670, B660, and H610 motherboards at CES 2022. This will bring down the price of the H670, B660, and H610 motherboards. Alder Lake is more and will support DDR5/DDR4 memory.
Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake Desktop CPU “Raw” Processor Specifications
|CPU name||The number of cores P.||E-Core . Number||Total core/fiber||P-Core Base / Boost (maximum)||P-Core Boost (all cores)||E-Core Base / Boost||E-Core Boost (all cores)||L3 cache||TDP (PL1)||TDP (PL2)||Expected Price (MSRP)|
|Core i9-12900KS||8||8||16/24||3,2 / 5.2 GHz||5.2 GHz||2,4 / 3.9 GHz||3.7 GHz||30 MB||125 watts||TBC||TBC|
|Core i9-12900K||8||8||16/24||3,2 / 5.2 GHz||5.0 GHz||2,4 / 3.9 GHz||3.7 GHz||30 MB||125 watts||241 watts||599 USD|
|Core i9-12900||8||8||16/24||2,4 / 5.1 GHz||To be announced||1,8 / terabyte GHz||To be announced||30 MB||65 watts||~200 watts||520 USD
500 US dollars (francs)
|Core i9-12900T||8||8||16/24||TBA / 4.9 GHz||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||30 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Core i7-12700K||8||4||12/20||3.6 / 5.0 GHz||4.7 GHz||2.7 / 3.8 GHz||3,6 GHz||25 MB||125 watts||190 watts||419 USD|
|Core i7-12700||8||4||12/20||2.1 / 4.9 GHz||To be announced||1.6 terabyte / GHz||To be announced||25 MB||65 watts||~ 190 watts||360 USD
330 USD (female)
|Core i7-12700T||8||4||12/20||TBA / 4.7 GHz||To be announced||To be announced||To be announced||25 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Core i5-12600K||6||4||10/16||3.7 / 4.9 GHz||4.5 GHz||2,8 / 3,6 GHz||3,4 GHz||20 MB||125 watts||150 watts||299 USD|
|Core i5-12600||6||6/12||3,3 / 4,8 GHz||4,4 GHz||Unavailable||Unavailable||18 MB||65 watts||~200 watts||240 USD|
|Core i5-12500||6||6/12||3.0 / 4.6 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||18 MB||35 watts||To be announced||220 USD|
|Core i5-12500T||6||6/12||TBA / 4,4 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||18 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Core i5-12400||6||6/12||2.5 / 4,4 GHz||4.0 GHz||Unavailable||Unavailable||18 MB||65 watts||~150 watts||210 USD
180 USD (F)
|Core i5-12400T||6||6/12||TBA / 4.2 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||18 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Core i3-12300||4||4/8||2.5 / 4,4 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||12 MB||60 watts
58 Watts (P)
|~100 watts||To be announced|
|Core i3-12200T||4||4/8||TBA / 4.2 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||12 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Core i3-12100||4||4/8||3.3 / 4.3 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||12 MB||60 watts
58 Watts (P)
|~100 watts||140 USD
|Core i3-12100T||4||4/8||TBA / 4.1 GHz||To be announced||Unavailable||Unavailable||12 MB||35 watts||To be announced||To be announced|
|Intel Pentium G7400||2||2/4||3.7 GHz||Unavailable||Unavailable||Unavailable||6 MB||46 watts||To be announced||80 USD|
|Intel Celeron G6900||2||2/4||3,4 GHz||Unavailable||Unavailable||Unavailable||4 MB||46 watts||To be announced||60 USD|
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