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Intel’s Rise and Fall, as well as What the Future Holds for the Company

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Intel brought something new in CES 2022:

Intel is ringing in the new year – and CES 2022 – with a new batch of 12th Gen Alder Lake ‘hybrid’ CPUs for laptops that are reportedly quicker than AMD’s Ryzen 9 5900HX and Apple’s M1 Max competitor flagships.

This is the second wave of Alder Lake chips – the first for mobile – and comes hot on the heels of the superb but limited desktop processors (only six were available) that were released in late October last year to introduce the new chips. Intel will undoubtedly be trying to keep the momentum rolling on the mobile front as well.


The Core i9-12900HK variant, which Intel claims is the “fastest mobile processor ever produced,” will be at the helm of mobile. The powerful H-series will be joined by the standard U-series (for thin and light form factors) and a new 28W P-series that Intel will target exclusively for performance-oriented thin-and-light laptops. The rest of the Alder Lake desktop lineup (a total of 22 processors) will join the laptop chips, ranging from Core i9 to Pentium and Celeron.

For Intel, Alder Lake heralds the start of a brand-new era. It’s also known as the song of repentance. In Alder Lake, Intel is combining performance (codenamed Golden Cove) and efficiency (Gracemont) x86 cores, rather than chasing raw power like before.

Those who have been keeping track would recognise the notion, which is comparable to Arm’s huge. Qualcomm and Apple have used the LITTLE and DynamicIQ technologies. Intel has integrated its Core and Atom architectures on a single device in order to achieve a “balance of power and efficiency,” according to the company.

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Alder Lake is built on Intel’s 7 manufacturing process, which was originally known as Intel’s third-gen 10nm process, or Enhanced Superfin, and represents a significant departure from the chipmaker’s ageing 14nm technology, which it has been using since 2015.

The top-of-the-line Core i9-12900HK will have 14 cores and 20 threads (six P-cores and eight E-cores). Intel’s Turbo Boost Max 3.0 technology allows it to reach speeds of up to 5 GHz. Compared to the Core i9-11980HK, Intel claims a 28 percent increase in gaming performance. In terms of 3D rendering, the new chip is touted to be 43 percent faster than its predecessor.

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Alder Lake is intended to offer a lot of future-proofing and support for more sophisticated standards, such as Wi-Fi 6E, Thunderbolt 4, and DDR5 memory with speeds up to 4800MT/s. The Thread Director software from Intel will power the entire hybrid method.

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The first H-series Alder Lake laptops will be unveiled at CES 2022, and will be widely accessible in February 2022. In the first quarter of 2022, laptops with the new P- and U-series CPUs will be available.

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