Starting with the U and P series and moving up to the H and HX series are Intel’s 12th Generation processors for mobile devices.
At its Intel Core Experience event in India on Monday, Intel unveiled its 12th Generation family of processors.Both desktop and laptop computers can currently be purchased with the new processors.The H-series, HX series, U-series, P-series, and S-series CPUs that are based on the Intel 7 process were highlighted by the firm today.Let’s examine every aspect in further depth.
12th Generation Intel Core processors officially revealed
The U, P, H, and HX series of 12th Generation processors are the first in the mobile series.The S-series is another option, although it’s only for desktops.
The Alder Lake CPUs, also known as the Intel 12th Generation Core processors, use a revolutionary architecture design.DDR5 memory, Thunderbolt 4 connection, and Wi-Fi 6E (Gig+) are all supported.The Intel Smart Cache L3 and L2 are supported by the 12th Generation processors.
The hybrid architecture design of the 12th Generation processors includes performance and efficiency cores.The performance cores are the highest performing CPU cores for single-thread and burst performance for the uninitiated.The efficiency cores, on the other hand, aid in providing superior multi-threaded performance.
The HX series and H-series of processors were emphasised by the firm at the occasion.For portable electronics like laptops and notebooks, there is the HX series.It has up to 16 cores and overclocking is supported.
On the other hand, the H-series provides up to 14 cores and is likewise intended for laptops and notebooks.The H-series processor will mostly be found in gaming laptops, where it will be combined with discrete graphics.
The U-series and P-series were also on show at the event in addition to these two.The former is mostly used in thin and light laptops and offers up to 10 cores.The P-series is once again for affordable, lightweight laptops and notebooks.
There are currently only a few laptops and notebooks equipped with Intel’s 12th Generation CPUs, but more OEMs should soon introduce 12th Gen Intel chip-powered products to the Indian market.