In Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake-S processor, the first released Core i9-12900K (8C+8c/24T) and Core i7-12700K (8C+4c/20T) have appeared many times, quite a lot of test data has been leaked. According to previous reports, those models with a TDP of 65W will not appear together with chipsets such as H670/B660/H610 until early next year. In contrast, the model with a TDP of 65W is the choice of most consumers.
Following the previous Core i9-12900K
, the bilibili user 热心市民描边怪
again exposed the information of Intel’s 12th-generation Core series processors, using three software: CPU-Z, AIDA64, and Cinbench R20. The difference is that this time leaked is a model with a TDP of 65W. According to the content of the screenshot, it is easy to infer that it is the Core i5-12400, which is a mid-range processor with only the core of the Golden Cove architecture.
The CPU-Z shows that the Core i5-12400 is a 6-core 12-thread configuration, with 18MB of L3 cache, a single-core turbo frequency of 4.4 GHz, and a full-core turbo frequency of 4.0 GHz. It should be the QS version. It scored 681.7 points in the single-threaded benchmark test and 4983.8 points in the multi-threaded benchmark test. The test platform is still a B660 motherboard and DDR4 memory. In addition, the AIDA64 screenshot also shows that its CPU package is 78.5W and the temperature is 60 degrees Celsius.
In Cinbench R20, the Core i5-12400 single-thread benchmark score is 659 points, which is higher than all AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors. The multi-thread benchmark results show that it is faster than AMD Ryzen 5 5600X.