The first photos of Intel Alder Lake desktop processors without the unlocked multiplier appeared on the web. Recall that they will enter the market next year.
The photo shows the Core i9-12900, Core i5-12600, Core i5-12500 and Core i5-12400. Of course, they all look the same. But we also have the characteristics of these CPUs.
|CPU||# Of cores / threads||Small core frequencies, GHz||Frequencies of large cores, GHz||L2 + L3 cache, MB||GPU||TDP, W.|
|Core i9-12900||8P+8E/24||1,8-?||2,4-5,1||14+30||UHD 770||65|
|Core i7-12700||8P + 4E / 20||1,6-?||2,1-4,9||12+25||UHD 770||65|
|Core i5-12600||6P / 12||–||3,3-4,8||7,5+18||UHD 770||65|
|Core i5-12500||6P / 12||–||3,0-4,6||7,5+18||UHD 730||65|
|Core i5-12400||6P / 12||–||2,5-4,4||7,5+18||UHD 730||65|
The younger Core i9 and Core i7 (his photo is not yet available) are identical in core configuration to the older models, but the younger Core i5s have all the small cores disabled compared to the Core i5-12600K.