Image Credit: Intel Today marked the start of CES 2023. All of big tech gather at this event to market and reveal their products. Intel was no different. The keynote from Intel was primarily focused on the reveal of new
After Intel’s initial launch of their Alder Lake CPUs featuring the 12900K, 12700K and 12600K, Intel will soon be launching the non-K or “locked” SKUs of the 12th gen lineup. Following the trend of the last few generations of Intel
Earlier this year, Intel released a strong series of CPUs with the unlocked Alder Lake SKUs. The company should also release the rest of the lineup early 2022, which consists of locked models and, as expected, stock coolers. However this
Cooler Master announced that coolers will come with mounting hardware for Intel’s new LGA 1700. With more companies announcing their free upgrades to the new socket. These include Noctua, DeepCool, Thermaltake, EKWB, Arctic, MSI, more recently Lian Li and others.
Earlier today, Intel announced their 12th gen Alder Lake CPUs, with details on prices, features and performance. This was showcased in graphs detailing different games. The graph shows a substantial performance increase between the Ryzen 5950x and the Intel 12900k.