A user with the call sign “foxed.in” has started testing Intel’s Core i5-12600K”Alder Lakers“Processor and Ashes of the Singularity Benchmark, Leak discover.This is the same user who shared the results before Core i9-12900K Have the same benchmark.
So far, the Rumors of Core i5-12600K Points to a 10-core configuration with six Golden Cove cores and four Gracemont cores. Only the former has hyperthreading, which brings an unorthodox setting of 10 cores and 16 threads. According to reports, there is a 20MB L3 cache on the Core i5-12600K. Since there are two different cores in the Alder Lake chip, the clock speed is also chaotic. There are rumors that Core i5-12600K has a 4.9 GHz dual-core core enhancement on the Golden Cove core. The all-core boost is said to be fixed at 4.6 GHz. On the other hand, the Gracemont core may be checked with a 3.6 GHz dual-core boost and a 3.4 GHz full-core boost.
At the time of posting, foxed.in has performed 13 Ashes of the Singularity run However, on the Core i5-12600K, only one of them completed successfully. From the huge difference between the results, it is safe to assume that the benchmark has not been optimized for Alder Lake’s hybrid design and failed to use the correct core.This fits The previous guess was Old Lake Gel and Windows 11, and the game needs to be optimized for hybrid chips.
On the Crazy 1080p preset, the results range from 39 frames per second to 110 fps, while the chip’s score on the Medium 1080p preset is between 37 fps and 40 fps. Core i5-12600K is unlikely to get similar scores under different graphics presets. The low score may be the result of benchmarking the Gracemont kernel instead of the Golden Cove kernel. Therefore, 110 fps submission (assuming it is not under singular cooling) may be the only valid result of the software using the Golden Cove core correctly.
Unfortunately, foxed.in does not run the Crazy 1080p preset on the Core i9-12900K, so we cannot compare the Core i5-12600K with the flagship SKU.As a result, we had to search Ashes of the Singularity The database finds suitable entries for comparison.Since the benchmark test is very light on the details of the hardware used, we cannot guarantee GeForce RTX 3080 Among these submissions, they are the same as those used by foxed.in. In addition, different software versions will also affect the score. We recommend that you look at the results with an open mind and a grain of salt.
Core i5-12600K score 10,800 points On the Crazy 1080p preset.The only Core i5-11600K equipped with GeForce RTX 3080 has an entry score of 9,800 points. Alder Lake seems to usher in a 10.2% performance improvement.No entries Core i9-11900K (Rocket Lake) So we had to go back to the farthest place Core i9-10900K (Comet Lake). Core i9-10900K scored 11,200 points, Which means it is only 3.7% faster than Core i5-12600K.
Technically speaking, Ryzen 5 5600X (Vermeer) is a direct competitor of Core i5-12600K, although the latter does come with four small cores. However, until we get the review samples in the laboratory, we are not sure how they fit into the picture.Whether it is Ryzen 9 5900X or Ryzen 7 5800X Appears in the database.There are many Ryzen 9 5950X Submitted, but none of them met our standards.
For comparison, Ryzen 5 5600X score 8,100 points On the Crazy 1080 preset, the performance of the Core i5-12600K is 33.3% higher than the Zen 3 chip.Margin and Core i9-12900K dominance over Ryzen 9 5950X In the same benchmark test, despite having different graphics presets. Is it a fluke, or does Alder Lake really want to be a clue to Zen 3? Fortunately, we don’t have to wait a long time to know whether the rumors announced in November are accurate.