Details of Alder Lake processors, which include hybrid technology that Intel will soon release, have been announced. The core designs and power values of the processors were shared.
The last details of the Alder Lake processors that Intel wants to release soon have emerged. The new processors will be divided into two as P-Core performance core and E-Cor e energy core and will offer hybrid technology to users.
3 processors detailed
Core i9-12900K, the top model of the series, uses 8 large, 8 small cores, and 24 Thread design, while small cores can increase to 3.9 GHz and large cores to 5.3 GHz. It will also come with 30MB of L3 Cache.
Intel is going for 8+4 and 20 Thread core design in the i7-12700K processor, which is the top model of the new series. Compared to the top model, it drops by 300 MHz in large cores and 100 MHz in small cores and includes 25 MB of L3 Cache. The i5 12600k, the only processor of the series for the middle segment, uses the 6+4 16 Thread design with 3.6 GHz small core and large core speeds up to 4.9 GHz .
The first processors to support DDR5 and PCIe Gen5 standards are said to come with a power design of 125W PL1 to 228W PL2 and are expected to be available by the end of the year.