Intel's 12th-generation CPU chips can also be guaranteed for three years

As we all know, the retail market generally divided CPU products into boxed and loose chips before.

Boxed CPUs are sold as official commodities, that is, ordinary commodities that Intel produces CPUs directly packaged, printed with the product serial number, and then circulated after paying tariffs.

In contrast, although there is no difference in parameter performance, scattered CPUs can be used as computer accessories, but they have not been officially recognized due to source problems. For this reason, scattered films hardly get the official warranty; and the warranty of Intel boxed CPU is free replacement for non-artificial damage within 3 years, and the CPU with K can be replaced for free if it is overclocked and burned.

With the release of Intel's 12th-generation CPUs, this situation seems to have changed.

Existing netizens have discovered that Intel has publicly recognized "boxed" and "bulk", and has provided a three-year warranty (some one year) for both products, but it does not apply to the previous generations of desktops with only one-year limited warranty service Platform bulk products.

It is worth mentioning that in China, only Chinese boxed processors are eligible for warranty. International boxed processors are not eligible for warranty. In addition, the warranty period for Intel boxed processors cannot be extended; there is no warranty for refurbished, second-hand, or engineered sample processors.

At the end of October this year, Intel officially released a new 12-generation Core Alder Lake desktop processor, built with the latest Intel 7 node technology.

The 12th-generation Core Alder Lake desktop processor adopts a new hybrid architecture . The Performance Core is used to support single-threaded or light-threaded workloads, and the Efficient Core is used for multi-threaded applications, up to 16 cores and 24 threads. 

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