The Intel 10nm processor, launched in October 2021 for the Desktop platform, stands out with its remarkable specifications. Crafted using the advanced 10nm fabrication process, this processor boasts a configuration of 16 cores and 24 threads, intelligently divided into 8 big cores and 8 small cores. Running at a base frequency of 3.2GHz and capable of soaring up to an impressive 5.2GHz with turbo boost, it ensures swift performance. With a power profile defined by a TDP of 125W and a substantial 30MB L3 cache, this processor is primed to handle demanding tasks effortlessly. It utilizes the LGA-1700 socket, representing a notable leap in Intel’s desktop processing technology.
Intel Core i9-12900KF Details
The Intel Core i9-12900kf is a desktop processor with 16 cores, launching in November 2021. It’s part of the Core i9 lineup, using the Alder Lake-S architecture with Socket 1700. The core count has effectively doubled to 24 threads thanks to Intel Hyper-Threading. The Core i9-12900kf has 30mb of L3 cache and runs at 3.2ghz by default but can boost up to 5.2ghz depending on the workload. Intel is making the Core i9-12900kf on a 10nm production node with an unknown transistor count.
Intel Core i9-12900KF Specifications