Intel will launch a series of 12th generation Core series processors for the low-end market at the beginning of next year. According to previous information from Intel in its game development guide, this part of the Alder Lake-S processor will have two different configurations, one is composed of 8 P-Cores and 8 E-Cores, the other is composed of 6 P-Cores, and both are configured with 32 groups EU.
Recently, user @DDAA117 also leaked a series of pictures of unlisted 12th-generation Core series processors. Twitter user @momomo_us also provided details of many processor parameters. The specifications of the processors such as Core i9-12900, Core i7-12700, Core i5-12600, Core i5-12500, Core i5-12400, Core i3-12300, and Core i3-12100 have been gradually released. There is news about Core i5-12600K and Core i5-12600. The Core i5-12600K includes the Performance Core based on the Golden Cove architecture and the Efficient Core based on the Gracemont architecture. It is a 6P+4E configuration, the Core i5-12600 is reduced to 6P.