Intel’s new 12th generation processors i3-12100 and 12300, which are included in the Alder Lake-S family, offer performance that can be called successful according to their segment. In this way, it is ahead of the 6-core processors of the previous generation. According to the tesdollarser published on ChipHell, the two chips have “H0” silicon, four “Golden Glove” P cores and 12MB of L3 cache.
Cinebench R20 – R23, CPU-Z Bench, AIDA64 and CS:GO tesdollar series have been performed on ChipHell forums. In the CPU-Z test, the i3-12100 scored 685 points and the i3-12300 scored 701 points. Zen 3 architecture Ryzen 3 PRO 5350G, on the other hand, can achieve approximately 582 points in the CPU-Z test, and the i5-11400 only 590 points. The new generation i3-12300 scores 3491 points in the multi-core test, while the i3-12100 completes the test with 3417 points.
In the Cinebench R20 test, when the highest performances of the i3-12100 and 12300 are compared with the R3 5350G, the 12100 and 12300 CineBench R20 single-core test shows 21-25% higher performance, and the Cinebench R23 single-core test 22-25% higher performance.
Both processors offer higher performance in multi-core proportionally when compared to 5350G. However, the i3-12300 is 17% slower than the i5-11400 and 28% slower than the 5600G in the Cinebench R23 multi-core test.