The 12th generation Intel Core processors (Alder Lake) have been successful in desktops, but there are also plans to release a version for laptops – the manufacturer boasted of reaching a milestone here.
The new generation of Intel processors is a small revolution on the PC market. The systems use a hybrid architecture, which uses efficient P-Core and energy-saving E-Core – this combination provides very good performance, which was confirmed in the tests of the Core i9-12900K and Core i5-12600K models.
After the premiere of desktop models, many of you are probably waiting for the appearance of laptops with such units. We just so happen to have some good news here.
Intel has started shipping Alder Lake mobile processors
Gregory M Bryant, the executive vice president and general manager of the Intel Client Computing Group, recently boasted on social media about reaching another milestone with the launch of the 12th Gen Core processors.
Bryant revealed that Intel has started shipping high-performance laptop processors to its customers – most likely the Alder Lake-P models, which will be used in top gaming designs and mobile workstations.
In addition to versions for desktops and powerful laptops, the manufacturer plans also models for compact laptops
What do we know about processors? The units will offer a maximum of 14 cores / 20 threads (6/12 P-Core + 8/8 E-Core). In addition, we can expect support for DDR4 / DDR5 memory, PCI-Express 5.0 support and Intel Xe integrated graphics (up to 96 EU units).
We know from the leaks so far that the manufacturer plans to include three Alder Lake-P models: Core i9-12900HK (with overclocking function), Core i7-12800H and Core i7-12700H.
It is unofficially known that the first laptops with new processors will debut at the beginning of next year. We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait to check them out.
Source: Twitter @ Gregory M Bryant, VideoCardz