Intel showcased its 12th Gen family of processors that redefine multi-core architecture for the PCs with a brand new performance hybrid architecture. Supported by the Intel 7 processor, the 12th Gen Intel Core processors underlines a unique architecture design breakthrough that brings together two varieties of specialized cores to provide class-leading performance and responsiveness.
The recent platform also integrates technologies like DDR5 memory support, Thunderbolt 4 connectivity, and Intel Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+). Intel’s performance hybrid architecture is its most crucial shift in x86 architecture in more than a decade, and the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors introduce a new performance hybrid architecture that generates a combination of Performance cores and Efficiency cores to provide ultimate performance.
“The Performance-cores are the highest performing CPU core Intel has ever built, for maximum burst and single-threaded performance. The Efficient-cores are designed for scalable performance-per-watt, multi-threaded and multi-tasking performance,” released Intel.
Intel 12th Gen family of processors scales from U series to P series to H/HX series for Notebook Platform and going up to S series for Desktop.
The 12th Gen Intel Core H-series processors propose 14 cores paired with discrete graphics, providing elite gaming and professional video editing knowledge. The 12th Gen Intel Core U-Series processors contain up to 10 cores and are built for ultrathin laptops. The 12th Gen Intel Core P-series incorporates the best of both worlds for enthusiast performance levels in a thin-and-light form factor.