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Intel starts shipping Alder Lake-P series chips to manufacturers



Intel starts shipping Alder Lake-P series chips to manufacturers


Intel has already started delivering them to notebook computer manufacturers ahead of official release. According to the company, it was confirmed through Twitter.

It was just a few weeks ago that the Intel officially announced its processors alder lake of the next generation, officially kicking off the company’s 12th generation of processors. Now the company is getting ready to launch a mobile version of them too.

THE Intel has already started delivering them to notebook computer manufacturers ahead of official release. According to the company, it was confirmed through Twitter. This suggests that the official release or announcement is not likely to be too far off in the near future.

Another incredible 12th Gen @intel Core milestone: today, we began shipping our high-performance mobile processors to customers! Congratulations to our Intel teams around the globe for their hard work & commitment in delivering this product. #IntelCore pic.twitter.com/72Glbo4qZo

— Gregory M Bryant (@gregorymbryant) November 22, 2021

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According to the information available so far, the series Intel Alder Lake-P includes the lower-end models, which are said to include two performance cores Golden Cove (P) and eight efficiency cores Gracemont (E). Higher-end models include two performance cores Golden Cove (P) and eight efficiency cores Gracemont (E).

Some higher-end variants of the mobile CPU will reportedly be powered by six P-cores and eight E-cores, according to the latest information. It is also being reported that the processor Intel Alder Lake-P top of the range will have 14 cores and 20 performance threads.

According to a recent reference, the next Intel Alder Lake-P Core i7-12700H It is 45% faster than the previous generation in multi-core performance than the previous generation. It has the potential to outperform AMD’s high-end processor by up to 35%.

According to yet another reference to the Intel Core i7-12700Heasily outperformed the chips Apple Siliconwith the test revealing that the processor Alder Lake-P could be almost 50% faster than the recently released processor Apple M1 Max. With an impressive 18,501 points on the benchmark R23 cinebench, the Intel chip outperformed the M1 Max by an impressive 49%, according to the results. Now we need to be able to get our hands on these new processors, and check if they really achieve these results.