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SiSoftware shows Intel Core i9-12900K performance
Intel will release the 12th-generation core processor Alder Lake at the end of next month, and the release of the evaluation ban and the sale will have to wait until early November, but now there are many test data for these processors in the test databases. SiSoftware Sandra took the Core i9-12900K data in their database to make a preview. It should be noted that these data are not measured by themselves, but are integrated with data uploaded by others, so it cannot be said to be an evaluation, and this original text has been deleted. It’s just that someone uploaded a screenshot of the web page to Imgur.
Core i9-12900K is composed of 8 high-performance cores and 8 effective cores. The high-performance core is actually Golden Cove. Each core has a 48KB L1 data cache and 32KB L1 instruction cache, as well as a 1.25MB of L2 cache. The effective core is Gracemont. Each core has a 64KB L1 data cache and a 32KB L1 instruction cache. The four cores share a 4MB L2 cache. The high-performance core supports hyper-threading but the effective core does not. So Core i9-12900K has 16 cores and 24 threads. In terms of frequency, the basic frequency is 3.6GHz, the high-performance core full-core turbo frequency is 5.0GHz, the maximum core frequency is 5.3GHz, and the effective core is the highest with 3.7GHz full-core and 3.9GHz. All cores share a 30MB L3 cache, PL1 is 125W, PL2 is 228W.