Intel Increases Prices of 12th-Generation Core Desktop Processors by 10%

Intel has announced that it will be increasing the price of its 12th-generation Core desktop processors by 10%. This news has come from Tom's Hardware, which has reported that Intel's online product database Ark shows the increase in pricing for the Alder Lake processor.

While the price increase has already taken effect for some models, it is expected that other models will soon follow suit. This is likely to be the case for the 13th-generation Core Raptor Lake model as well, which is expected to see a price increase in the near future.

The recent price increase for Intel's 12th-generation Core desktop processors is part of a larger plan that was announced in July of last year. As reported by Bobantang news, Intel announced that it would be increasing the prices of all major products, including CPUs, starting in the fourth quarter of 2022. The price increase was expected to be in the range of 10-20%.

This price increase is now being implemented, as the 12th-generation Core processors have seen a 10% increase in price. It is unclear at this time if the other products that were included in the price increase announcement, such as motherboard chipset products, have also seen an increase.

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