The Intel Core i5-12400 is an upcoming Alder Lake-S desktop processor feature with 6-core and 12-thread. According to latest leaks, this CPU is tested in CPU-Z, AIDA64 and Cinebench R20. According to result, Intel Core i5-12400 can beat AMD’s Ryzen 5 5600X.
VideoCardZ has leaked first images of upcoming 12th Gen Alder Lake-S desktop processors packaging. The Core i9-12900K packaging features a small wafer, possibly as a display element. It seems that none of the Core i9/i7/i5 K and KF-series CPUs launching in November will be bundled with a reference cooler.
According to recently MSI press release for free upgrade kit for Intel LGA 1700 CPUs and their Coreliquid CPU coolers. The free upgrade be available on November 4th. VideoCardZ has confirmed that this date will be Intel Alder Lake-S desktop CPUs’ release date. This date is attached to the sales and review embargo.
According to twitter user REHWK, the upcoming Intel Core i9-12900K now tested in Cinebench R23. It has broken the 30K points barrier in Cinebench R23. Intel Core i9-12900K scores 30549 points in multi-core, for comparison, which is even more than AMD Threadripper 2990WX (30054 points), and AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5950X usually scores around 28K.
According to FanlessTech, a full list of Intel 12th Gen Core T-Series low-power desktop processors has been leaked online. The list features Core i9 and Core i7 SKUs with three Core i5 and two Core i3 models. This is the first time we get to see the full lineup of the Alder Lake series, except these are 35W models.