There was a Core i7-12700K benchmark found in the Puget System database. It was running on a Gigabyte Z690 motherboard with DDR4 memory.
The Intel Core i7-12700K CPU is better than most CPUs. We tested it with a Gigabyte Z690 UD AX motherboard and DDR4 memory:
We tested the Core i7-12700K in three different programs. Gigabyte Z690 UD AX motherboard supports DDR4 memory. We tested with 128 GB of DDR4-3200. Memory is what you use for computers. The test setup also had an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 graphics card and Windows 11. APISAK managed to take a screenshot of this entry before it was taken down.
Intel Core i7-12700K CPU Specifications
8 Golden Cove and 4 Gracemont cores will be included in Intel’s Core i7-12700K processor. There will be 12 cores and 20 threads. P-cores will run at 3.6GHz and up to 5.0GHz with 1 or 2 cores on, 4.7GHz with all cores working, and E-cores will run at 3.8GHz across 1-4 cores and up to 3.6. It will have 25 MB of L3 cache and 125W (PL1) and 228W (PL2).
It’s hard to compare CPUs because it depends on what you’re doing. For example, some CPUs depend on the GPU. In benchmark tests, we saw this Intel CPU and we saw it running on Windows 10. It scored 1565 points in the After Effects benchmark, which is 5% less than the 12900K but 11% better than the Core i9-11900K. In Premiere Pro and Photoshop, it scored 1114 points and 1244 points.
Intel makes new CPUs. You’ll get DDR5 and DDR4 controllers. You’ll also get DDR5/DDR4 options on new motherboards. High-end motherboards will have DDR5 RAM, while cheaper boards will support DDR4. Intel Alder Lake CPUs are due to launch in November, along with the new Z690 chipset with DDR5 memory kits.
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