We will soon be able to try out the new chips live, which have already leaked on level before the big announcement.
Intel will officially unveil its 12th-generation Alder Lake processors at a major press event in late October. It’s just a matter of whether anything remains exciting that will make sense to say, or by then, everything will leak out regarding the specification of the new chips.
Thanks to Chinese leaks, we can already see the chips that go into stores in photos. At first glance, of course, there is no huge difference, except that they have been given a longer design, which is why the new LGA1700 standard is needed. As a result, the engineers were able to manage a little more space.
VideoCardz reports that the i9-12900K and I7-12700K Boost clock will also reach 5 GHz. Since the i7 has got the same number of P-cores (these are the cores sharpened for performance) as the i9, this will be the ideal choice for most users. The only question now is whether the presence of extra E-cores (where efficiency is a priority) adds enough to the i9 to be worth the premium.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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