Intel has not officially confirmed that Alder Lake will be released on November 4, but there is a consensus for this date. As the new 12th generation Intel processors arrive, the series of performance tests continues to come.

Three separate validations have been submitted to CPU-Z’s database involving the Core i5-12600K processor. The entire Tesdollarser uses memory running at 4800 MHz and different Z690 anakardollarsars. The Alder Lake Core i5-12600K scored between 760 and 773 points in single-threaded tesdollarser and between 7,156 and 7,220 in multi-threaded workloads.

Intel’s latest generation Rocket Lake Core i5-11600K processor achieves 633 points in single-core and 4731 points in multi-core. If we make a comparison, there are high performance differences of 20% and 52% between the two generations, respectively.

In fact, the current competitor of the upcoming processor is the Ryzen 5 5600X, and soon new Ryzen processors with 3D V-Cache technology will be released. Ryzen 7 5800X, a higher-end CPU, achieves 640 points in single core and 6560 points in multi-core. So this time there is a difference of 19% and 9%.

Of course, these results don’t paint an overall picture of performance for Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake family. Also, CPU-Z tesdollarseries alone are not enough to make a definitive comment. However, if we take into account the data we have seen so far, we can say that the 12th generation processors are very ambitious and will give successful performance results.

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Michael Lewis


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