Locked variants of Alder Lake-S processors will arrive in January, we know the preliminary specifications

At the beginning of next year, the family of 12th generation Intel Core processors will also expand with locked chip variants. The first hint of the specifications of these chips is already circulating on the Internet.

Processors Intel Core with Alder Lake-S architecture without the adjective “K” it will soon hit the market. At least that’s what the latest information leaks suggest. Specifically, this should happen in mid-January. Twitter user momomo_us also specified chip frequencies, L3 cache size, and core counts on some models.

Locked variants of Alder Lake-S processors will arrive in January, we know the preliminary specifications

According to the pictures above, we will see seven processors in variants without an integrated graphics chip. The Intel Core i9-12900 (F) will appear at the top and the least powerful model will be the Core i3-12100.

According to earlier information, the Core i5-12600 chip was to receive four efficiency-oriented P cores in addition to the six powerful P cores. However, this did not happen and there is a quite sharp jump from 6 + 0 to 8 + 4 between the i5 and i7 rows.

The new processors will most often be paired with boards containing the B660 and H570 chipsets. However, there is speculation that the B660 boards will not support PCIe 5.0. DDR5 memory support should be maintained across all new processor models.


Source: PCTuning – Všechen obsah by pctuning.cz.

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