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Intel Core i9-12900KS: The best Processor?

At the CES 2022, Intel unveiled their new processors, among others, and they should outperform AMD's Ryzen 9 5950X. Now, benchmark leaks came out and showed shocking results.

In Picture: Intel Core i9-12900KS; Image: Reddit User Seby9123

In January, Intel shocked the tech community. The new desktop processor was supposed to reach 5.5 gigahertz in the single-core test and 5.2 gigahertz distributed over all eight performance cores. Like its predecessor, the 12900KS will have eight P-cores and eight E-cores.

Now, first benchmarks have already been made and these have shown that the i9-12900KS is 9.2% better in the multi-core test than the Ryzen 9 5950X. However, the result is more shocking in the single-core test, where the i9-12900KS performs 29.6% better than the Ryzen 9 5950X.

In Picture: Intel presents the i9-12900KS at the CES 2022; Image: Intel

However, this increase in performance has its price. The processor needs 150 watts, 25 watts more than the Intel Core i9-12900K. The price is not yet known.

Compared to the 12900K, the KS has 5.7% more performance in the multi-core test and 6.7% more performance in the single core test. However, a high price is expected for this performance. On NewEgg, the 12900KS is already available for $799, which is about $80 more than the regular K version.


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