We again run into more performance leaks from the Intel Core i9-12900K, this time they are the first chips’Quality sample‘, which offer greater performance and stability compared to’ Engineering Samples’. In this case, the CPU was analyzed in a system composed of a motherboard Intel B660 next to RAM 3600 MHz DDR4 in mode Gear 1 and the operating system Windows 11.
The first benchmarks of a CPU in this state of production were in CPU-Z, with a single core performance of 827 points. For reference, the Core i9-11900K offers 682 points while Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X they offer 648 and 647 points respectively.
If we talk about multicore performance the Core i9-12900K reached 11,456 points, almost the same as the 11,856 points of the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X while the Intel Core i9-11900K stayed at 6563 points.
Moving to the most popular benchmark, we have the Cinebech R20, with a single core performance of 768 points and 10545 points multicore compared to the 650/10480 points of the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X.
To end, a stress test in AIDA64 with all high-performance cores at 4.90 GHz and low-power cores at 3.70 GHz, which made it reach a power consumption of up to 257.09W with a temperature of up to 108ºC at the hottest point, although it is indicated that with a medium-high range liquid it can be reduced to 90ºC.
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