Intel’s upcoming 12th-generation Core series processor is the Core i9-12900K which is the highest positioning product, equipped with 8 high-performance (large) P-Core (Golden Cove) and 8 high-efficiency (small) E -Core (Gracemont), TDP is 125W. In the previous leaked part of the test, the Core i9-12900K has a good performance.
According to screenshots posted by Twitter user @hw_reveal, the Intel Core i9-12900K scored 30549 in Cinebench R23, breaking through the 30,000 points level, and even surpassed AMD Threadripper 2990WX’s 30054 points, while AMD Ryzen 9 5950X mostly scored around 28,000 points. Unlike previous similar tests using DDR5-4800 memory, this time Alder Lake uses DDR5-5200 memory.
The screenshot shows that the voltage of this Core i9-12900K processor is 0.648V, through Thermal Velocity Boost technology. The turbo frequency has reached 5300 MHz (1-2 cores), but this time there is no single-core performance test result. In addition, the motherboard uses Z690 AORUS Ultra, which shows that it supports the PCIe Gen5 standard. The memory is incorrectly identified as a four-channel DDR5-5200 memory because DDR5 memory has two 32-bit channels instead of a single 64-bit channel for DDR4 memory.