The results show that this Alder Lake-S processor equipped with 6 P-Core (Golden Cove) and 4 E-Core (Gracemont) has a score of 746.2 in the CPU-Z single-thread benchmark test, the multi-threaded benchmark score is 7058.1 points. Compared with AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, single-threaded (624) and multi-threaded (4811) scores have increased by 19.5% and 46.7%, respectively, even higher than Ryzen 5 5800X processors (640/6560). Compared with the previously exposed Core i5-12400 (without E-Core), the multi-threaded performance has increased by 44%.
Intel Core i5-12600K benchmark results leaked: 47% higher than Ryzen 5 5600X
In Intel’s upcoming 12th-generation Core series processors this year, the first lineup includes Core i9-12900K/KF, Core i7-12700K/KF, and Core i5-12600K/KF six processors, as well as the supporting Z690 chipset. Among them, the Core i5-12600K/KF is the one most concerned about by ordinary gamers. Earlier reports indicated that Intel hopes that this processor can reshape the image of “Core i5” and become more attractive in the mainstream game console market segment.
In the past period of time, Intel’s Core i5 processors have not competed with AMD’s Ryzen 5 processors. Ryzen 5 2600, Ryzen 5 3600X, and Ryzen 5 5600X dominate the sales of various retailers. Since the standard configuration of 6 cores, Intel’s Core i5 processor has no way to control the competition in this market segment. According to Wccftech reports, recently there has been a leak of Core i5-12600K benchmark results, using a test platform built-in DDR5 and Z690 motherboards.