Intel to launch the World’s First 16-Core Processor for Laptops

Intel is working on a 16-core CPU for laptops that they hope to get on the market soon. People think the Core i9-12900HX laptop CPU is one of the world’s fastest.  It has just had its first results from Geekbench. People who use Geekbench say that the new Core i9-12900HX will have 16 cores in total.

Expect to see 82TD laptops with the new system soon. People who play games and do other hard things will love them, and they are very powerful. How it works: AMD has already made laptop chips with 16 cores. It’s just that they are made with desktop parts, not the chips that go on phones. It will use the BGA format for the 12th generation Adler Lake HX series processors. The whole desktop die will be optimized for laptops and tablets, respectively.

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The Core i9-12900HK has 14 more cores and 20 more threads than the Core i9-12900HK. I think it will be at least 10% faster than the Core i9-12900H. Base clock speed: 2.5 GHz.

Maximum boost clock speed: 4.89 GHz. A lot of people say that when it comes out, it will have a boost clock of 5.0GHz. The GPU will only have 16-core Xe-LP cores and a TDP of 55W, which is a lot less than the desktop version’s TDP and core count.

Nvidia’s RTX 3080 Ti in Lenovo’s new laptop is the best graphics card for a laptop at the moment. There is no word yet on a release date, but we will let you know as soon as more information comes in.