Dell leaks specifications of Intel 12th Gen Core non-K Series

Published: 12th Nov 2021, 09:09 GMT   Comments

The full lineup of Intel 12th Gen Core series leaks

Earlier this month Intel launched six Alder Lake-S, desktop processors. However, the plans for this architecture go a lot further.

Intel is yet to announce its 65W models called non-K Core series as well as 35W T-Series for low-power/embedded systems. This does not even account for the whole mobile lineup where Intel is expected to make an important statement with CPUs offering up to 14 cores for the first time.

The date for desktop non-K and T-series CPUs launch is not yet confirmed, however, multiple OEMs have already begun listing such processors under possible configurations for their devices. The specifications could easily be found on the Japanese Dospara website which offers Galleria pre-built systems. Apparently, those systems will be offered with Intel Core i5-12400(F) CPUs at some point in the future. This CPU is to offer 6 cores and 12-threads and base clock speeds up to 2.5 GHz.

Intel 12th Gen Core non-K CPUs, Source: Dospara

A Core i5-12600 non-K is to offer the exact same configuration, but the base frequency will be increased significantly to 3.3 GHz (+600 MHz). The interesting part here is the fact that Core i5-12600 non-K is actually listed with 125W TDP (Processor Base Power), but this could simply be a mistake. The specifications charts also listed Core i7-12700 with a base frequency of 2.1 GHz and boost up to 4.9 GHz. Meanwhile, the 16-core i9-12900 would have a base clock of 2.4 GHz and boost up to 5.1 GHz. All these frequencies apply to Performance cores.

Interestingly, the specifications of yet unreleased Intel 12th Gen Core CPUs have also been listed by Dell. An Alienware Aurora R13 system specifications include 6-core Intel i5-12400 up to 16-core i9-12900K SKUs. The company confirms in the product manual the core count and maximum boost clock for each of the SKUs. For some reason though, the Core i9-12900F appears to have a boost clock 100 MHz higher than Core i9-12900, but again, this could be another mistake, because typically such SKUs share the specs bar the missing integrated GPU support.

Intel 12th Gen Core non-K CPUs, Source: Dell

Furthermore, a list of low-power T-Series has been revealed by FanlessTech, who claim that the series will be available starting from early 2022:

  • i9-12900T 16 (8+8) 24T 30MB L3 up to 4.9GHz UHD Graphics 770
  • i7-12700T 12 (8+4) 20T 25MB L3 up to 4.7GHz UHD Graphics 770
  • i5-12600T 6 (6+0) 12T 18MB L3 up to 4.6GHz UHD Graphics 770
  • i5-12500T 6 (6+0) 12T 18MB L3 up to 4.4GHz UHD Graphics 770
  • i5-12400T 6 (6+0) 12T 18MB L3 up to 4.2GHz UHD Graphics 730
  • i3-12300T 4 (4+0) 8T 12MB L3 up to 4.2GHz UHD Graphics 730
  • i3-12100T 4 (4+0) 8T 12MB L3 up to 4.1GHz UHD Graphics 730

We have put together a full list of all known Alder Lake-S CPUs. It is based on multiple sources, including the one just compiled by 3DCenter.

Intel 12th Gen Core Series “Alder Lake-S”
VideoCardzCores/ThreadsE-CoresP-coresL2 + L3iGPUPBP / MTPMSRP
i9-12900K
 
8P+8E/24T
2.4 / 3.9 GHz3.2 / 5.2 GHz14 + 30 MBUHD770125 / 241W$ 589
i9-12900KF
 
8P+8E/24T
2.4 / 3.9 GHz3.2 / 5.2 GHz14 + 30 MB125 / 241W$ 564
i9-12900
 
8P+8E/24T
1.8 / TBC GHz2.4 / 5.1 GHz14 + 30 MBUHD77065 / TBC W TBC
i9-12900F
 
8P+8E/24T
1.8 / TBC GHz2.4 / 5.2 GHz14 + 30 MB65 / TBC W TBC
i9-12900T
 
8P+8E/24T
TBC TBC / 4.9 GHz14 + 30 MBUHD77035 / TBC W TBC
i7-12700K
 
8P+4E/20T
2.7 / 3.8 GHz3.6 / 5.0 GHz12 + 25 MBUHD770125 / 190W$ 409
i7-12700KF
 
8P+4E/20T
2.7 / 3.8 GHz3.6 / 5.0 GHz12 + 25 MB125 / 190W$ 384
i7-12700
 
8P+4E/20T
1.6 / TBC GHz2.1 / 4.9 GHz12 + 25 MBUHD77065 / TBC W TBC
i7-12700F
 
8P+4E/20T
1.6 / TBC GHz2.1 / 4.9 GHz12 + 25 MB65 / TBC W TBC
i7-12700T
 
8P+4E/20T
TBC TBC / 4.7 GHz12 + 25 MBUHD77035 / TBC W TBC
i5-12600K
 
6P+4E/16T
2.8 / 3.6 GHz3.7 / 4.9 GHz9.5 + 20 MBUHD770125 / 150W$ 289
i5-12600KF
 
6P+4E/16T
2.8 / 3.6 GHz3.7 / 4.9 GHz9.5 + 20 MB125 / 150W$ 264
i5-12600
 
6P+0E/12T
TBC3.3 / TBC GHz7.5 + TBC MBUHD770125? / TBC W TBC
i5-12600T
 
6P+0E/12T
TBCTBC7.5 + TBC MBUHD77035 / TBC W TBC
i5-12500
 
6P+0E/12T
TBCTBC7.5 + TBC MBUHD73065 / TBC WTBC
i5-12500T
 
6P+0E/12T
TBC TBC / 4.4 GHz7.5 + TBC MBUHD73035 / TBC W TBC
i5-12400
 
6P+0E/12T
TBC2.5 / 4.4 GHz7.5 + 18 MBUHD73065 / TBC W TBC
i5-12400F
 
6P+0E/12T
TBC2.5 / 4.4 GHz7.5 + 18 MB65 / TBC W TBC
i5-12400T
 
6P+0E/12T
TBC TBC / 4.2 GHz7.5 + 18 MBUHD73035 / TBC W TBC
i3-12300
 
4P+0E/8T
TBC TBC5 + TBC MBUHD73065 / TBC W TBC
i3-12300T
 
4P+0E/8T
TBC TBC / 4.2 GHz5 + TBC MBUHD73035 / TBC W TBC
i3-12100
 
4P+0E/8T
TBC TBC5 + TBC MBUHD73065 / TBC W TBC
i3-12100T
 
4P+0E/8T
TBC TBC / 4.1 GHz5 + TBC MBUHD73035 / TBC W TBC
Pentium G7400
 
2P+0E/4T
TBC TBC2.5 + TBC MB TBC TBC TBC

Source: FanlessTech, Dell, Dospara via @momomo_us, 3DCenter




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