With the upcoming launch, all of the Intel 12th Generation Alder Lake processors will be on the market and we have talked about the technical features of these chips before. The Core i5-12400, which is curious about price / performance, was tested by YouTuber Chill Builds early.
The 6-core CPU that went into testing is a boxed version that will go to retail, and retail sales will begin soon. Also, the tesdollarser was made in a sealed case with the new Intel cooler. Temperatures, on the other hand, seem to have reached 81 degrees with a series of demanding processing tesdollars such as Cinebench or Blender.
There is an 11-degree difference compared to the previous leak. However, while the previous tesdollarser was made in space assembly, the new tesdollarser was made with a regular ATX case. 81 degrees is not bad for heavy workloads.
The Core i5 series processor hit 3990 MHz on all cores in both tests. The i5-12400 scored 1693 points in the Cinebench R20 single-core test and 12137 points in the multi-core test.
Intel is now preparing to announce 65W and 35W Alder Lake-S desktop CPUs. Along with the new processors, we will also see the H670, B660 and H610 chipset series.