Transparent Intel’s press conference at CES 2022, the complete Alder Lake (12th Generation) processor family has been revealed, including 22 Desktop-S processors, nine Laptop-H processors, and three CPU coolers.
When Intel Introducing Lake Alder . for the first time.
Performance cores are intended to power and tackle tasks like optimizing games and workloads, while efficiency cores are built for everyday tasks, like running tasks concurrently. different background services. However, it is clear that the newly introduced hardware has other segments: laptops and mid-ranges – which account for the majority of sales.
Now that the full Alder Lake lineup has been announced, we now have a clearer picture of the full range of Intel’s entire 12th generation CPUs — especially in the mobile segment. (laptops and notebooks), because that’s what’s changing.
The Alder Lake mobile lineup consists of three segments: H-series, P-series, and U. The H-series is geared towards higher-end laptops for gamers and creators, while the U-series is developed in-house. for mobile and ultra-efficient laptop users, for those who are constantly on the go. The P-series will act as a satisfying intermediary between the two, catching performance and portability in a neat package — which could turn out to be an appealing option for most consumers.
At the end of the next generation mobile CPU family, we have a pair of 14 core chips with six performance cores and eight efficiency cores, with a maximum turbo frequency of 5.0Ghz. Taken together, these projected numbers are poised to generate up to 40% performance gains over generation-on-generation (H-series), according to Intel. Also, it will be interesting to see how well they perform when they become available for testing.
Regarding the 22 new desktop processors, models range from the $42 dual-core Celeron to the $489 Core i9 12900—and everything in between.
- Core i9: Eight performance cores + eight efficiency cores
- Core i7: Eight performance cores + four efficiency cores
- Core i5: Only 6P + 4E or 6P
- Core i3: Only four performance cores
- Pentium: Only two performance cores
- Celeron: Only two performance cores
Additionally, Intel talked about the 12th Gen Intel Core KS-series Desktop Processors currently in production, boasting a 5.5Ghz single-core turbo right out of the box – ready to ship later this quarter. .
Joining the CPU group includes an available cooler, called Intel Laminar Coolers, which features the Laminar RH1 Cooler, a top-level unit designed for Intel’s flagship next-generation CPUs, like the Core i9. The Laminar RH1 cooler boasts 2.6BA near-silent performance and controllable RGB lighting – perfect for keeping decibels and heat in check, while displaying cool RGB.
The 12th generation of Intel processors, Alder Lake, looks promising – especially in the mobile segment, according to Intel’s statement on performance metrics. In addition, CPU hardware can vary between efficiency (P) and efficiency (E) cores which is a welcome site for users who use their gaming laptop, so that CPU can adapt to the task at hand. Overall, it looks like Intel is ready to break AMD’s involvement Refreshed Zen 3 Ryzen X3D CPU.
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