Intel Core i5-12400 appears on PugetBench database
Previously, the specific information of the Core i5-12400 processor has flowed out, it only has 6 P-Core. The highest core frequency is 4.4GHz, PL2 is 117W, PL1 is 65W, Tau 56 seconds. In PL2, the full-core frequency can reach 4.0GHz, and when the time is down to PL1, the frequency drops to 3.4GHz, and the L3 cache is 18MB.
In fact, there have been a lot of tests on Core i5-12400, now the PugetBench test is out. Their test configuration is ASRock Z690 Extreme WiFi 6E, 16GB DDR4-2400 memory, RTX 3060 Ti graphics card using Windows 10 system, really this is not the best state of this processor, the memory frequency is really a bit low.
This system is compared with a similar configuration of Ryzen 5 5600X, but the Ryzen 5 5600X uses DDR4-4000 high-frequency memory. The Core i5-12400 has an overall score of 712 and a standard score of 78.7, while the Ryzen 5 5600X has an overall score of 722 and a standard score of 79.3. It seems that the score of Ryzen 5 5600X is higher than that of Core i5-12400, but the difference is too small. After replacing high-frequency memory, Core i5-12400 is likely to overtake.