A Canadian online store has shared prices and details on four non-overclockable Intel Alder Lake processors. The retailer mentions, among other things, Core i5-12400, the parameters of which have already appeared. Non-K-Alder Lake CPUs are expected in early 2022.
Web Store Listings Noticed By Twitter user momomo_us. The Canadian web store publishes, among other things, prices for the Intel Core i7-12700F, which is non-overclockable and does not have an integrated graphics processing unit (GPU). The processor is listed at 455 Canadian dollars, which converted including VAT, comes to about 382 euros. The chip is expected to have eight strong P cores with crosslinking tightening and four effective electronic cores, with a total of 12 cores and 20 threads, just like the Core i7-12700K.
The online store also offers an Intel Core i5-12400 and Core i5-12400F processor. The costs, respectively, transferred 241 and 209 euros, including 21 percent value-added tax. These i5 variants are expected to have six P cores and no E cores. Previously published reference than the Core i5-12400, which showed that the processor will be faster than the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X.
Furthermore, the website mentions a Core i3-12100F processor, which cannot be overclocked again and does not have an integrated GPU. According to previous rumors, this processor will have four P cores and no electronic cores. The Canadian Web Store offers a price of $148 CAD. Converted including VAT, ie 124 euros.
Intel released the first Alder Lake processors on November 4, which Tweakers have already turned on Posted a review. However, this only affected the overclockable K and KF models. The company will come early next year with lower-mode CPUs, with no overclocking options. The chip manufacturer is likely to offer other chipsets for motherboards at the same time, in addition to the recently released chips. Z690 . platform.
|CPU||product code||nuclei||Baseclock||turbo||L3- cache||price|
|Intel Core i9-12900 K||BX8071512900 K||8 F + 8 E||3,2 GHz||5.3 GHz||30 megabytes||63,949 euros|
|Intel Core i9-12900KF||BX8071512900KF||8 F + 8 E||3,2 GHz||5.3 GHz||30 megabytes||€649|
|Intel Core i7-12700K||BX8071512700 K||8 F + 4 E||3,6 GHz||5.0 GHz||25 MB||€449|
|Intel Core i7-12700KF||BX8071512700KF||8 F + 4 E||3,6 GHz||5.0 GHz||25 MB||€429|
|Intel Core i7-12700F||BX8071512700F||8 F + 4 E||nnb||nnb||25 MB||382|
|Intel Core i5-12600K||BX8071512600 K||6 F + 4 E||3.7 GHz||4.9 GHz||20 MB||€299|
|Intel Core i5-12600KF||BX8071512600KF||6 F + 4 E||3.7 GHz||4.9 GHz||20 MB||€279|
|Intel Core i5-12400||BX8071512400||6 F + 0 E||nnb||nnb||18 MB||241 EUR|
|Intel Core i5-12400F||BX8071512400F||6 F + 0 E||nnb||nnb||18 MB||€209|
|Intel Core i3-12100F||BX8071512100F||4 F + 0 E||nnb||nnb||12 megabytes||€124|
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