Intel Core i7-12700H “Alder Lake-P”: destroys Ryzen 9 5900HX in Cinebench


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Intel Core i7 – 12700 H “Alder Lake-P”: destroys Ryzen 9 5900 HX in Cinebench

19 November 2021 21

Intel Alder Lake processors also remain the protagonists of this penultimate weekend of November. After the good impressions on the launch of the Core dekstop models in gen, followed by independent reviews (HERE ours on the Core i5 – 12600 K), the focus now shifts to the notebook segment and the many rumors that are circulating in these hours about the Core CPUs 12 to Gen Mobile, code name Alder Lake-P .

Intel should announce the first models already at CES in Las Vegas, in detail we talk about the most powerful solutions of the series that will equip the gaming notebooks and next generation portable workstations. The news reaches us from the portal Notebookcheck which, as already happened in the past, would have got his hands on some screenshots of the unpublished Intel Core i7 – 12700 H grappling with the Cinebench benchmark.





Intel Core i7 – 12700 H will be equipped with 6 P-Core and 8 E-Core , a kind of Core i5 – 12600 “increased” with four additional efficient Gracemont cores (we therefore speak of 14 core / 20 thread). This chip, which will obviously be equipped with an integrated Intel Xe GPU, is credited with a boost frequency of 4.6 GHz , will support DDR5 and PCI-E 5.0 and will have a TDP of 45 W. As for performance, the results obtained in Cinebench R 20 are the 21% and the 47% (single and multi -core) higher than those of a Ryzen 9 5900 HX (8c / 16 t), same percentage that we record in the multi test -thread Cinebench R 20 .

As for the desktop counterparts, there will obviously be the consumption of these cores to be evaluated 12 to Gen Mobile which, at least given the nature of the Alder Lake architecture, however, they should offer the best in the notebook field. AMD definitely won’t be watching and is already working on the new 6nm Rembrandt APUs (with DDR5 and RDNA2 iGPU), we would like to remind you at the beginning 2022 (we may see something at CES in January).


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