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Laptops with hybrid designs can now use Intel’s 12th generation H CPUs

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It was announced back in October that Intel would be releasing its 12th-generation Alder Lake chips to desktop computers, and now the company is extending its H chips to laptops.

The new CPUs have up to six performance cores and eight efficiency cores in a hybrid design. There will be significant improvements in performance, but the battery life will remain excellent. This is the first time Intel has implemented this design on a laptop computer.

It is based on Intel’s superior 10nm technology and is rated for 45W. (though will likely push way past that under load). DDR5-4800 and low-power LPDDR5-5200 RAM are supported by the processors, which could improve performance.

12th-gen H processor

A significant increase in performance can be seen as a result. By Intel’s own estimates, the i9-12900HK is up to 44% quicker in PugetBench and 30% faster in Blender than the i9-11900HK.

Both AMD’s Ryzen R9 5900HX and Apple’s M1 Max are beaten by Intel’s CPU on both tests.

12th-gen H processor (Built For Content Creators)

The 12th-generation Intel processors will be available in thin and light laptops in the first quarter of 2017. Both the U and P processor lines will have up to 6 performance and 8 efficiency cores, while the U line is designed for smaller laptops and the P line is designed for more powerful thin-and-light laptops.

The 12th-generation H laptop processors from Intel will be available in Q1 of 2019.

 

Via GSMArena

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