The American chipmaker, Intel is reportedly working on world’s first 16-core processor for laptops. The flagship Core i9-12900HX mobility CPU will be among the world’s fastest laptop chips and has recenlty appeared in the Geekbench database with its first benchmarks.
According to Geekbench, the next Core i9-12900HX will have 16 cores based on 8 + 8 configuration. It will debut with Lenovo’s 82TD laptop, which should be a powerhouse for gaming, rendering, and other taxing tasks.
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AMD already has 16-core processors for laptops, but they are based on desktop parts rather than mobile chips.
The 12th Gen Adler Lake HX series processor will be packaged in BGA format and is expected to be fully desktop desi optimized for performance and performance on laptops. It will also offer a 14% increase in core and a 20% increase in the number of threads compared to the Core i9-12900HK. Compared to the Core i9-12900H, according to Geekbench’s results, it’s going to be at least 10% faster.
This processor will have a base clock of 2.5 GHz with a boost of up to 4.89 GHz. Some reports say it will hit the 5.0GHz boost clock on the official release. It will have a TDP of 55W and a GPU of up to 32 Xe-LP cores, much less than the desktop variant.
It will be paired with Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti on Lenovo’s new laptop, which is currently the most efficient mobile graphics card on the market. There is currently no word on the launch date, but we’ll update the location as we get more information.