Core i5-12400 Now leaks as well Beats Ryzen 5 5600X in Benchmarks

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Intel's next Core i5-12400 "Alder Lake-S" processor, which is expected to ship in the second half of this year, could be a noteworthy processor as well

The top-end Core i5-12600K is expected to include six "Golden Cove" P cores and four "Gracemont" E cores. Here, the chip is 6-core/12-thread with just P cores; it has 1.5 MB of dedicated L2 cache per core and 18 MB of shared L3 cache; and 1.25 MB of dedicated L2 cache per core. You'll almost certainly receive all of the next-gen I/O, including a PCI-Express Gen 4 infrastructure

The Core i5-12400 is estimated to be less than $219 in price. The only projected negatives are a locked BClk multiplier and very low clock rates of 4.00 GHz. On Chinese social media, a person claimed to have shared alleged Cinebench R20 scores for the i5-12400. It receives 659 points on the single-threaded test and 4784 points on the multi-threaded test, according to the results. Wccftech compared this to known performance metrics of popular processors and discovered that the i5-12400 could wind up being somewhat faster than the Ryzen 5 5600X, which is presently available for $300.

Aside from that, the table includes leaked i9-12900K figures, which suggest why AMD is hurrying to release "Zen3+" with 3D Vertical Cache rather of the next-generation "Zen 4."

Core i5-12400 Now leaks as well Beats Ryzen 5 5600X in Benchmarks

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