Intel i5-12600K CPU-Z test: more than i9-11900K and AMD R5 5600X

Intel’s upcoming Alder Lake series CPUs have recently begun to leak on a large scale. For example, the benchmark test results of i5-12400 and i9-12900K appeared before. Now mainstream i5 new products are further exposed.

Breakers @9550pro and @TUM_APISAK have now released screenshots of the CPU-Z test results of Intel's 12th-generation Core i5-12600K processor. The test platform is unknown, and the results show that the performance of this processor is quite amazing.

In the CPU-Z single-thread benchmark, the Core i5-12600K is 5.6% and 16% faster than the Core i9-11900K and AMD Ryzen 5 5600X, respectively; in the multi-threaded segment, it is a bit faster than the 8C16T's 11900K (2.8%) and is faster than The 6C12T Ryzen 5 5600X is 49% faster, which is beyond most people's imagination.

Foreign media said that the performance of this $300 processor is comparable to a previous $600 chip, which is quite good for mainstream PC gamers and content creators.

The Core i5-12600K will be equipped with 6 high-performance cores and 4 high-efficiency small cores. Only the former will support hyper-threading. Therefore, there are 10 cores and 16 threads. The base frequency should be 3.4-3.6GHz. After that, it can reach nearly 5GHz, with 20MB three-moderate, PL1 power (TDP) is 125W, PL2 is 228W.

Intel will launch its 12th-generation Core CPU series on November 4. The pricing of the i5-12600K is currently unknown, but it is expected to exceed the Ryzen 5 series by too much.

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