January 27, 2022

Finest Purchase reveals Alder Lake non-Okay 65W CPU costs


What simply occurred? Finest Purchase has revealed, presumably by chance, the costs of a number of non-Okay Alder Lake CPUs forward of Intel’s official unveiling at CES. They vary from the low-end Pentium G6900 and attain the Core i9-12900.

Common leaker @momomo_us tweeted Finest Purchase’s listings, which have now been faraway from the retailer’s web site. Whereas it seems not each SKU within the upcoming non-Okay Alder Lake collection is included, there are nonetheless 12 processors starting from $59.99 to $529.99.

On the backside of the value scale are the Pentium G7400 and the Pentium G6900, priced at $59.99 and $79.99, respectively. The opposite chips embrace i3, i5, i7, and i9 fashions, with the Core i9-12900 the priciest providing at $529.99—$60 cheaper than the unlocked 12900K’s $589 MSRP. Consumers may save extra by choosing the F model (no built-in GPU) of the flagship, which is $509.99.

Finest Purchase’s full value listing:

  • Core i9-12900 – $529.99
  • Core i9-12900F – $509.99
  • Core i7-12700 – $359.99
  • Core i7-12700F – $329.99
  • Core i5-12600 – $239.99
  • Core i5-12500 – $219.99
  • Core i5-12400 – $209.99
  • Core i5-12400F – $179.99
  • Core i3-12100 – $139.99
  • Core i3-12100F – $109.99
  • Pentium G7400 – $79.99
  • Pentium G6900 – $59.99

As beforehand reported, these locked, 65W variations of Alder Lake have decrease clock speeds in comparison with their Okay-version counterparts, however the 12900 (8-P/8-E) and 12700 (8-P/4-E) have the identical variety of Efficiency and Effectivity cores.

The remainder of the lineup lacks Alder Lake’s effectivity cores, with the Core i5-12600 right down to the Core i5-12400F all that includes 6 efficiency cores/12 threads. The 2 i3 fashions have 4 efficiency cores/eight threads, whereas the Pentiums have two P-cores/4 threads.

Because of somebody shopping for one in Peru, we lately noticed the RM1 inventory cooler (above) Intel is bundling with these chips. However these buying an i9 CPU will get the bigger RH1 cooler (under).

Intel is anticipated to announce the non-Okay Alder Lake CPUs throughout its CES press convention happening at 10 am PST on January 5. The processors look set to launch alongside the budget-orientated B660 and H610 motherboards quickly after the occasion finishes.

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