After the release of the 12th generation Core series desktop processors, Intel has been advancing the next phase of the plan without stopping. At the end of last month, Intel officially stated that it has begun to send the 12th-generation Core series mobile processors to customers. Recently, a retailer has exposed a number of unreleased gaming laptops from MSI, which are equipped with Intel Alder Lake-P processors. It is also equipped with NVIDIA’s upcoming new GeForce RTX 3080 Ti/RTX 3070 Ti graphics card.
According to Twitter user @momomo_us, this is a brand new MSI gaming notebook found at an unknown retailer, including Raider GE66/GE76 and Stealth GS66, etc. It is equipped with Intel Core i7-12700H or Core i9-12900H processors and 64GB of memory, but it is not pointed out whether it is DDR4 or DDR5 memory.
Among these gamebooks, the cheapest is the entry-level Stealth GS66 series, which is equipped with a Core i7-12700HK processor, 32GB of memory, 1TB PCIe SSD, and a 15-inch display. The price is 2894 euros. The most expensive is MSI Raider GE76, equipped with a Core i9-12900H processor, GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card, 64GB memory, 2TB SSD, and 17-inch display. The price is 4768 euros.
Unfortunately, although these products indicate the processors they use, they do not provide specific specifications. It may take some time to wait. It is worth mentioning that CES 2022 has officially announced that Intel will hold a press conference, and it is likely to launch the 12th generation Core series mobile processors at that time. Although NVIDIA has not announced the specific launch time, I believe it will also take this opportunity to release a new Ampere architecture product.