This is the new generation of Intel CPUs

Intel has presented its twelfth (12th) generation of Intel Core processors for computers, with six new different chips, including its most powerful variant for

This is the new generation of Intel CPUs

Intel has presented its twelfth (12th) generation of Intel Core processors for computers, with six new different chips, including its most powerful variant for video games so far, I9-12900K, with up to 5.2 GHz of power.

The 12th generation of Intel Core will be composed of 60 processor models in total, but the US company has announced its first six chips on Wednesday during your Intel Innovation event.

"The new desktop processors reach new dimensions of multi-family performance for enthusiastic players and professional creators," as Intel has affirmed in a statement. These chips employs the Intel 7 process, which offers scalable 9 to 125 watt performance to allow all PC segments, from ultra-thin laptops and lighter to tablet computers for fans and even 'Edge'.

The common features of the Intel Core family of 12th generation include a hybrid architecture that presents a combination of performance cores (cores P), the highest performance CPU core that Intel has built, and efficient nuclei (cores E), designed for A scalable performance of multi-family workloads.

Likewise, Intel Thread Director technology allows the two new core microarquitectures to work together without problems, guiding the operating system to place the right thread in the correct nucleus at the right time.

Among the presented models, Intel Core i9-12900K becomes the flagship of the 12th generation for 'Gaming'. This new processing has a maximum turbo of up to 5.2 GHz and up to 16 nuclei and 24 yarns.

The Core i9-12900K provides an increase in performance between generations, with FPS improvements up to 28 percent according to the video game, as well as connectivity by Intel Killer WiFi 6E for a latency up to 75 percent smaller while playing on multitasking.

On the other hand, high frequency p nuclei pared with cores E for downloading parallel tasks allow up to 84 percent more frames per second to play, transmit and recording simultaneously.

The flagship 'Gaming' of the new Intl family is completed by five other models that have also been presented: with a variant of Intel Core I9 (I9-12900KF), two Intel Core I7 (I7-12700K and I7-12700KF) and two other Intel Core i5 (I5-12600K and I5-12600KF).

The functions of these chips are also oriented to the creation of content, with a photo editing performance up to 36% faster, video editing up to 32% faster, 3D modeling up to 37% faster and up to 100 % more speed in the rendering of multiple frames.

The new processors offer 'overclocking' tools in the sector for maximum performance customization, including the possibility of 'overclock' efficient nuclei and DDR5 memory.

In addition, Intel presented last Intel Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) 3.0 with support for DDR5, offering additional profiles, including new rewritable custom profiles and a flexible setting for memory 'overclocking'.

Intel has highlighted as the main advances of the platform that are the first industry processors to offer DDR5 memory of up to 4800mt / s, as well as the first to offer PCIE 5.0 (up to 16 lanes), which offers up to twice as much as I / O About PCIE 4.0, with up to four additional PCIE 4.0 support rails.

The new chips have up to 30 MB of Intel Smart Cache (L3) and 14 MB L2 cache to increase memory capacity with reduced latency, as well as Universal Discrete Connectivity Thunderbolt 4 for the expansion of external devices.

Intel has also announced a new Chipset of the Intel 600 series for desktop computers, with new PCIe Gen 4.0 lanes that have a total of 28 lanes out of the chipset, USB 3.2 GEN 22 integrated with up to double bandwidth and DMI Gen 4.0.

The unlocked 12th generation Intel Core processors are already available for precompress, and will be available generally on November 4. It is expected that more than 140 customers in more than 30 countries incorporate the new processors to their product lines before the end of the year.

The prices of unlocked desktop processors will vary from 264 to 589 dollars. Intel expects to send hundreds of thousands of 12th generation Intel Core "K" processors for desktop computers at the end of the year and more than 2 million by the end of March 2022.

Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 12:58

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