In the wake of prodding the news recently, Intel has authoritatively reported another twelfth gen desktop CPU that is fit for supporting to 5.5GHz on a solitary center out of the crate. The news came during Intel’s CES 2022 show, when it said the KS-series desktop processor would transport later this quarter, however there was no notice of estimating.
The complete name of the chip is the Core i9-12900KS, and Tom’s Hardware noticed the “S” postfix proposes it’ll be a restricted release. Profoundly (a 300MHz improvement over what we saw with the i9-12900K), a dramatic exhibit of the new CPU driving Hitman 3 showed the processor running at a supported 5.2GHz across the entirety of its presentation centers. No subtleties were given on what kind of force draw or cooling arrangement was expected to accomplish these outcomes.
Tragically, it doesn’t seem as though you’ll have the option to purchase Intel’s 5.5GHz CPU for your own apparatus at any point in the near future. Intel chief VP Gregory Bryant noted just that the CPU would send “OEM clients” during the show proposing that, in the short term, you’ll need to purchase a prebuilt PC to get your hands on one of the chips. Just as this new first in class CPU, Intel likewise utilized its CES show to report a scope of new standard desktop and PC twelfth Gen CPUs.
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