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Old 15-07-21, 08:02 AM
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Intel 12th Gen i5, i7, and i9 Alder Lake Specifications Leak

Intel's hybrid x86 processor may boost to 5.3GHz!



Read more about Intel's leaked 12th Gen Alder Lake specifications.

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Old 15-07-21, 08:58 AM
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Any node info? High efficiency stuff aside, these sound like they're going to run hot.
Also, my concern with these hybrid CPUs is that even today, certain background processes can seriously hamper a full fledged multi-core system, let alone ones with high efficiency, and I guess lower performance cores.
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Any node info? High efficiency stuff aside, these sound like they're going to run hot.
Also, my concern with these hybrid CPUs is that even today, certain background processes can seriously hamper a full fledged multi-core system, let alone ones with high efficiency, and I guess lower performance cores.
Alder Lake is 10nm. A lot of Alder Lake's success will be defined by how well Windows 11 handles it. I think Windows 10 users will have less performance.
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Alder Lake is 10nm. A lot of Alder Lake's success will be defined by how well Windows 11 handles it. I think Windows 10 users will have less performance.
Fair enough on the node. 14nm would have been hilarious to see.

I can't imagine this scheduler having that much difference though, probably 5% at best.
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Fair enough on the node. 14nm would have been hilarious to see.

I can't imagine this scheduler having that much difference though, probably 5% at best.
It can make quite a difference. If it doesn't manage any threads, everthing would become single thread bound, the smaller cores would never get used, it would constantly be replacing cache increasing latency, and thats not including the battery gains they could make where Alder Lake will be more aimed towards.

They've already shown quite significant improvements in the leak build for Alder Lake. Using a Galaxy Book S they got 5.8% more in GeekBench and 10% more in browsing. This is for a device that was never built for this OS and with really no drivers available. They could very well increase that performance further, not to mention better battery management.
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