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Benchmarks for one of Intel’s more budget-oriented Alder Lake desktop CPUs, the 12th Gen Core i5-12400, have leaked out once again courtesy of China’s Bilibili platform. The new metrics suggest that the 6C/12T processor will offer better single-core and multi-core performance than AMD’s Zen 3-based 6C/12T alternative, the Ryzen 5 5600X. Both of these are 65-watt processors.

Comparisons shared by Wccftech:

The 12th Gen Core i5-12400 is a 6C/12T processor that’s rumored to feature 18 MB of cache and cost around $200. Clock speeds are still a mystery, but Intel is expected to share the official specifications for its range of Alder Lake chips for mainstream desktops relatively soon.

Source: HXL (via Wccftech)

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2 Comments

  1. Yea I saw the headline and said… “Here’s another paid chart from WCCFtech” and lo and behold I see their branding all over this.

    Guys… I know they are supposed to be a respected (cough) member of the IT news cycle… but really… as a policy can we stop reposting their garbage? Or tag the headlines with (WCCF)? So at least those of us that are tired of their site can stop clicking links based on their crap articles?

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