In addition to the benchmark results for the Intel Core i5-12600K desktop processor from the Alder Lake family, a screenshot of a closed test of a laptop with a 12th Gen Core chip has also appeared on the network. Developer Geekbench recently confirmed that the as-yet-unreleased hardware no longer appears in the public benchmark database. This screenshot most likely shows the test results that were conducted by one of the laptop manufacturers.
The leak includes an Intel Core i9-12900HK processor from the Alder Lake family. It is a multiplier unlocked chip that contains 14 compute units and supports 20 instruction streams. Based on the information currently available, this model has the highest specification in the Alder Lake-P line. Although, according to rumors, in the future, Intel plans to release a processor as part of the Alder Lake-S series, which will receive 16 processing cores and support for 24 instruction streams.
The Intel Core i9-12900HK processor runs at a base frequency of 2.9 GHz, according to benchmark software. Probably, we are talking about energy efficient cores. However, the value of the maximum frequency of 371 MHz clearly looks erroneous. The tested unit has demonstrated the result of 1851 points in single-core test mode and 13256 points in multi-core mode. Thus, the processor managed to demonstrate the highest performance of all known mobile chips released this year, such as Tiger Lake-H45, Zen3 mobile or even Apple M1 MAX.
The table shows the highest benchmark scores found in the Geekbench database. At the same time, the HK and HX chips lend themselves to overclocking.
A source: videocardz