Intel will be officially unveiling its new 12th Gen Alder Lake processors in the market this month and now we have the official packaging leaked even before launch. Much like what we got info before the 11th Gen processors launch, Videocardz has again leaked the images of the 12th Gen Alder Lake CPU packaging completely.
As Videocardz says the Intel Core i9/i7/i5 K and KF-series CPUs will be launching in November and interestingly, they will be bundled with a reference cooler. However, Intel has always made its flagship SKU packaging quite fancy and this time too they have made the Core i9-12900K box look fancy.
Interestingly, as we see, the packaging features a small wafer, possibly as a display element, not a real wafer. However, this gives a unique look and the design is great with transparent sides, this is a good refresh over Intel’s previous designs and overall looks great!
Other packaging boxes revealed so far include that of other Intel Core i9/i7/i5 processors and again no sign of the Core i3 packaging. However, you see there’s a slight change in these designs but the box and the rest packaging remains the same as you used to see previously.
Intel will officially unveil these new Alder Lake-S desktop processors at the Innovation event on October 28th while Videocardz says, the retailers will be allowed to take preorders for the new series, however, the product won’t ship till November 4th.
This means from November i.e. next month you can get your hands-on with these revolutionary new 12th Gen Intel processors based on the new 10nm process finally!