The CPU with hybrid architecture will be on sale on November 4 for $669.99
While someone managed to purchase two Core i9-12900K processors early, we were still lacking details about Intel’s forthcoming series of Alder Lake chips. A (now-removed but still visible beneath) sale page appeared in Micro Center, suggesting the chips will retail at $669.99 when they go on sale on November 4.
The specs sheet states that the chip will come with a 3.2GHz operating frequency and a speed to run at 5.2GHz when in Turbo Mode, which includes the capacity of 30MB L3 and 16 cores. In addition, the specs indicate that it will also support DDR5 memory PCIe Gen 5, and Intel Z690 chipset motherboards, which are expected to be available shortly.
In the Architecture Day 2021 event in August, Intel promised Alder Lake chips that have 16 cores, including eight performance cores and eight efficient cores. This leak is in line with the highest-end specifications, including the support of 24 threads concurrently (two each on the performance cores, one at a time on the efficient bodies) one time for the seats with high efficiency) and 125W of thermal power.
U.S. retailer Micro Center has revealed the price of Intel’s forthcoming Alder Lake processors. Even though someone could get an early purchase of two Core i9-12900K CPUs. We did not have any specific information about Intel’s new series of Alder Lake chips, but a sale page appeared at Micro Center, suggesting that the chips will be on sale at $669.99 when they go on sale on November 4.
In the leaked version (which was later taken down), Micro Center listed the Core i7-12700K model for $470 and the Core i9-12900K model for $670. This is a rise of $70 on the Core i7 Core i7 model and an increase of $120 on Core i9 models. Core i9. We’ve seen leaks about Alder Lake pricing, some of which suggest retail prices that exceed $1,000 for the top model. This listing proves it’s not too costly, even though they are more than the previous generation.
A leaked specification sheet also revealed that the chip would feature a 3.2GHz operating frequency and a speed to run at 5.2GHz with Turbo Mode and the capacity of 30MB L3 and 16 cores. In addition, the specs indicate that it will also support DDR5 memory PCIe Gen 5 and Intel Z690 chip motherboards which are expected to launch shortly.
At the Architecture Day 2021 event in August, we were reminded that Intel stated that it would release Alder Lake chips with 16 cores, eight cores with performance, and eight of them that were efficient. This leak aligns with the highest-end promises, right down to the stated support to support 24 simultaneous threads. Intel hasn’t announced an official launch date of Alder Lake yet, though the increasing amount of leaks suggest that the launch date is imminent. Intel will be organizing the Intel Innovation event this week, which will begin on October 27, and it’s expected to be announced by then.