Without a doubt, intel is one of the most popular and successful brands for chips and processors for decades. And now Intel has released its brand new 12th Gen Intel core processors. I am writing this article from 11th Gen Intel Core i7 Processor. In my personal experience,, intel is a smooth and, without a doubt, my favorite processor. I have not got the intention of changing my processors until next year.
So, let’s see, without the regular segment, Best & Messed.
Best About 12th Gen Intel
- Built for Gaming and Go.
- Best Overclocking Experience
- Nearly 3X faster connectivity.
- Workload intelligently routed by Intel® Thread Director
Messed about the 12th Gen Intel
- More Expensive than 11th Generations
What are P-Core and E-Core?
There are two different cores used in 12th Gen Processors. i.e., Performance-cores (P-Cores) and Efficient-cores (E-Cores). P -Cores are mainly based on optimized performance to handle single & lightly threaded performance and high gaming performance. E- Cores mainly focus on the system’s efficiency, helping to minimize interruption and managing the background task.
What is the Over Clocking feature in the 12th Gen?
Two types of overclocking are being used in 12 Gem processors.
Processor Core Overclocking
Users can overclock Performance-cores (P-cores) and Efficient-cores (E-cores) to maximize performance.
Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility software has been updated to simplify the process of overclocking 12th Gen Intel® Core™ desktop processors.
NEW Intel® Extreme Memory Profile 3.0 specification support for DDR5 enabling.
NEW Intel® Dynamic Memory Boost and memory overclocking support
These processors support the next wave of discrete graphics cards and storage devices and takes advantages of throughput coming with PCIe 5.0 as well the higher speeds and bandwidth of DDR5 memory.
12 Gen offers exclusive, high-speed channels that other legacy devices simply can’t, Intel® Wi-Fi 6E lets you experience nearly 3x faster connectivity without the interference.
We can also connect multiple 4k monitors and other external devices with one reversible cable.
, so these features make 12th Gen differentiate from 11th Gen Processors. It works efficiently on all the computers fulfilling the base requirements to install these processors.
This processor, unlike most others, has high-performance “P” cores and high-efficiency “E” cores, which are based on new “Golden Cove” and “Gracemont” microarchitectures, respectively.
The greatest mobile workstation solutions are made possible by the 12th Gen Intel Core HX processors, which offer 64% better performance in multi-threaded workloads1 with more cores. Additionally, while using Intel®, it has additional RAM and I/O.
The 12th Gen Intel Core HX processors offer a gaming powerhouse platform that will let passionate gamers to enjoy their favorite games at faster frame rates in addition to serving as a business workhorse.
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