Intel Core i7-12700, 12700F, Core i5-12600, 12400F, Core i9-12900, 12900F Specs Surface


The specs of Intel’s 65W Alder Lake processors have surfaced. These are the non-Ok and F collection SKUs that include a locked multiplier and may’t be overclocked. The data was shared by @momomo on Twitter who has been relatively constant together with his leaks. For the Core i7-12700 and 12700F, we’re wanting on the similar 12 cores and 20 threads, however a barely decrease base and enhance clocks in comparison with the Ok collection fashions.

Whereas the 12700K had a base clock of three.60GHz and a couple of.70GHz for the efficiency and effectivity cores, the 12700 runs its efficiency cores at 2.10GHz and the effectivity cores at 1.60GHz. The Turbo Increase 3.0 clock (P-cores) is simply 100MHz decrease than the 12700K (5GHz vs 4.9GHz). The bottom TDP (PL1) is a good bit decrease at 65W (vs 125W on the Ks), though the real-world energy draw will rely upon the PL2 values doubtless 2x as a lot.

For the Core i5-12600 and 12400F, the bottom clocks have been scaled down to three.30GHz and a couple of.50GHz, respectively. Neither of those SKUs options the effectivity (Gracemont) cores. The enhance clocks stay unknown nevertheless it’s doubtless going to be 100MHz and ~300MHz decrease than the 12600K for the 12600 and 12400F, respectively.

For the non-Ok Core i9s, the bottom clocks have been tuned right down to 2.40GHz and 1.80GHz (from 3.20GHz and a couple of.40GHz) for the efficiency and effectivity cores, respectively. The enhance clock (just like the Core i5s and i7s) has been lowered by 100MHz (from 5.2GHz to five.1GHz), with the bottom TDP additionally falling to 65W. Each the non-Ok and Ok collection chips are suitable with DDR4-4800 and DDR4-3200 reminiscence kits.



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