Core I9-12900K: benchmark-leak

An Alleged Intel Alder Lake-S Desktop CPU Test Shows the CPU Running Hot, at 93 Degrees!

There are reports and leaks for technology and also to pre-prevailed benchmarks regarding the upcoming Alder Lake Processor Family of Intel, for example, results with a Core i5-12400, which informed the PC Games Hardware. The new CPUs may expect the new CPUs, more likely, but the November is more likely, even since it gives the optional change to DDR5-RAM in addition to the new motherboard chipsets. As now WCCFECTCH reports, other benchmarks have now been released, to the Intel Core i9-12900K. Some of the benchmarks come from enthusiast Citizen, a user of Bilibili (a Chinese video platform), which already has a pre-copy of the CPU and a suitable motherboard, namely an Asrock Z690 Steel Legend. He used the new AMD Radeon RX 6600 for the benchmarks – as the graphics card is not a top model, she could of course hinder the result of Game Labels.

In the graphics card-independent CPU test of the 3D Mark Time Spy, the CPU reached a score of 17915 and is thus almost 28 percent before the Core i9-10900K and 30 percent before the AMD Ryzen 9 5950x. As a game, the Leaker Forza Horizon 4 tested and came to 193 fps on Windows 11, with a Ryzen 9 5950X it was 189 fps, but under Windows 10 – this is an important info because the Ryzen CPUs are currently under performance disadvantages Windows 11 suffer. At Rainbow Six Victory, the Alder Lake processor came to 252 fps, in Tomb Raider to 112 fps – but there are missing results with another CPU as a comparison.

From Antonio Funes
14.10.2021 at 19:15