Asus and Colorful unveiled the entire Alder Lake-S processor lineup

Manufacturers listed processors slightly ahead of the list of supported processors on their motherboards. Based on the listing, the Alder Lake-S desktop processor range comprises a total of 28 processors.

Under significant announcements, mistakes cannot be avoided. This time, the dubious honor will be redeemed by Asus and Colorful.

Namely, the manufacturers listed the entire Alder Lake-S processor range on their pages, even though three processors have been officially released so far. The figure is six, including KF versions that do not have an integrated graphics driver. Asus listed ROG Maximus Z690 APEX motherboard list of supported processors for all future models. Colorful made a similar listing on Chinese pages CVN Z690 Gaming Frozen V20 to the motherboard.

It can be seen from the listings that in addition to the multiplier-locked versions, there are also power-up T-versions for each processor model, with a TDP value of 35 watts. In addition to the TDP number, the listing on the Asus pages also reveals the base clock frequency (P-cores) and amount of cache in the processor.

Probably the most interesting difference between the Core i5-12600K and Core i5-12600. There are 10 cores (6 + 4) in the former and only six in the latter. The Core i5-12600 has no live E-cores at all.

Uncovered, there is only pricing for processors, which will also be officially announced next week.

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