CapFrameX benchmarking software officially support Intel Core i9-12900K CPU

Published: Oct 14th 2021, 08:29 GMT   Comments

CapFrameX with Intel 12th Gen Core support

The developer of the benchmarking software revealed screenshots featuring Core i9-12900K CPU support.

The software will conveniently list all Performance (P) and Efficient (E) cores along with their usage and frequencies. Screenshots provided by the developer reveal the full name of the CPU: 12th Gen Core Intel i9-12900K, undeniably confirming which CPU is being supported.

According to the article over at ComputerBase, the software will also list load, voltage, power consumption, temperatures, and whole package power. It will also list data for the integrated Xe-LP graphics, should the SKU being tested have it enabled (Intel is also launching the KF series which lacks iGPU support).

Intel Core i9-12900K support, Source: CapFrameX via ComputerBase

For those who are not familiar with CapFrameX, it’s a benchmarking software that gathers frame times from PresentMon and customized sensor data from OpenHardwareMonitorLib, it then attaches itself to the Riva Tuner Statistics Server (RTSS) API overlay to display the data. The software then visualizes everything on dynamically generated graphs within the application itself and provides an overlook of all previous test runs. In other words, it’s a great software for people interested in testing and monitoring.

Intel Core i9-12900K support, Source: CapFrameX via ComputerBase

CapFrameX 1.6.6 Beta Changelog:

  • Telemetry data such as cycle, load, voltage, consumption, temperatures, package power, iGPU
  • Performance and Efficiency Core detection via CPUID EAX register
  • Identification of the performance and efficiency cores on the overlay (see screenshot)
  • As always, all data can of course be logged and exported to Excel, for example

The software can be downloaded either from the ComputerBase or the official CPX website. The source code is open and can be browsed through the Github repository. You can check the algorithm for hybrid core architecture detection on this link.

Source: ComputerBase

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