Intel Releases Remaining Alder Lake-S Processors for Desktop – 22 New Versions

In all, Intel released as many as 22 processors for desktop use. At the same time, more affordable Intel 600 series chipsets were also released.

Intel Expands Desktop Processor Coverage at CES 2022 Keynote. Officially, the release comprises a whopping 22 processors.

Mainstream coverage includes multiplier-locked versions of the already released Core i9-12900K, Core i7-12700K and Core i5-12600K processors. Also included are the Core i5-12500, Core i5-12400, Core i3-12300, and Core i3-12100 processors, as well as the F versions without a graphics driver. The mainstream tableware also includes dual-core Pentium Gold G7400 and Celeron G6900. The majority have a TDP of 65 watts, but on more prestigious models, the TDP drops even lower. Prices for the six-core models range from $ 167 to $ 223 (sold in batches of 1,000).

There are a total of nine different models for covering low-power processors. In practice, the difference with the above consists of clock frequencies. They are much lower. As a result, the TDP value for each model is 35 watts. The figure only includes the PL1 current state. For example, in the Core i9-12900T model, in PL2 current mode, the TDP value rises momentarily to 106 watts.

In the same release, the Intel Z690 chipset coexists with the H670, B660 and H610 chipsets. Compared to the previously released Z690 chipset, the variables are the number of PCIe buses and USB ports. A motherboard with a more affordable chipset also has to compromise on processor overclocking. Overclocking of memories is possible in all but the H610 chipset.

Deliveries of the new processors will begin immediately. The release of new motherboards is expected in the coming days.

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