Intel may be working on a Core i9-12900KS desktop processor with a higher turbo frequency on all P cores. This was reported by VideoCardz anonymous sources. It’s a pre-selected Core i9-12900K chip.
VideoCardz Resource Report The alleged Intel Core i9-12900KS processor achieves a boost clock of 5.2 GHz on all P cores simultaneously. The CPU has the same core numbers as the “regular” Core i9-12900K, with eight powerful P cores and eight efficient electronic cores. The Core i9-12900K typically gets a boost clock of 4.9GHz on all P cores, VideoCardz writes.
Core i9-12900KS will be a file already neglected CPU. Intel selects the best chipsets to ensure faster clock speeds. The company has done this many times before. At the end of 2019, came the “Special Edition” Intel Core i9-9900KS uit, which had a maximum turbo frequency of 5GHz on all eight cores and was a few dollars more expensive than the regular Core i9-9900K. Intel did not release any KS variants in its previous two generations of CPU.
It is not known when Intel will officially announce its Core i9-12900KS processor. The company will be holding a keynote speech at CES in Las Vegas on January 4, at 7 p.m. Dutch time. The CPU can then be rendered. The company is expected to showcase the first Intel Arc desktop GPUs, Alder Lake laptop processors, and Alder Lake non-K desktop CPUs.
|Healer||Core i9-12900KS||Core i9-12900K|
|Cores/Threads||8P/8E (24 threads)||8P/8E (24 threads)|
|Speed (P cores)||nnb||3,2 GHz|
|Maximale turbosnelheid (1 P-core)||nnb||5.2 GHz|
|Maximale turobsnelheid (8 colors P)||5.2 GHz||4.9 GHz|
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