A screenshot of the Geekbench results for the Intel Core i9-12900HK laptop processor appeared online. The CPU has fourteen cores and twenty threads and runs at a clock speed of 2.9 GHz. It is not known when laptops with this CPU will be released.
Screenshot posted by Wccftech. This shows that the laptop’s CPU achieves a single score of 1851 and a multi-core score of 13256 in the Geekbench benchmark. The processor in this standard software performs better than the performance Apple M1 Max, which scored single and multi-core scores of 1785 and 12753, respectively, according to Wccftech.
The Intel Core i9-12900HK scored on Geekbench, compared to other chips from AMD, Apple and Intel. Source: Wccftech
The upcoming Alder Lake chip will also score higher on Geekbench than the current Intel Core i9-11980HK and AMD Ryzen 9 5980HX, at least assuming standard clock speeds, without manual overclocking. Writes VideoCardz However, these Core i9-12900HK scores also beat the highest scores of 11980HK and 5980HX in the entire Geekbench database, including any overclocking.
The screenshot further shows that the Intel Core i9-12900HK has fourteen cores and twenty threads. This means that the processor has six powerful P cores with hyperboot and eight effective electronic cores without over-threading. Published by Intel in advance this month He has already published an optimization guide for developers, in which he confirmed that this will be the maximum number of cores for Alder Lake laptop processors. The screenshot also remembers a file base clock 2.9GHz and incorrect turbo frequency of 371MHz. CPU tested on Windows 11 Pro.
Core i9-12900HK processor is not in public Geekbench database. The developer of this standard recently announced Those results Pre-release Devices can no longer be published in the online database. However, these devices can still be tested on Geekbench, so screenshots of the Geekbench results can still be leaked, as is the case here.
According to previous rumors, Alder Lake laptop CPUs will appear in the first quarter of 2022. Intel is expected to release their first desktop versions on November 4, but lower-rated laptop processors and desktop chips will follow later.
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