Intel has already launched it’s Alder Lake-P gaming mobile processors at CES 2022 and we have seen a lot of laptops from various manufacturers including ASUS. We have got a new benchmark leak of the upcoming top-end Intel Core i9-12900H that sports 14 cores.
In Geekbench, the CPU posts a record score of 1853 points in single-cores, as expected because we have seen the Alder Lake-S brother scoring high single-core scores earlier. While in multi-thread, because of 20 threads, the Core i9-12900H scores a massive 14398 points.
The Intel Core i9-12900H is the top-end SKU with 14 cores (6 P-cores and 8 E-cores) while boosting up to 5.0 GHz on Performance cores and also will come with a 45W base along with 115W Maximum Turbo Power. So, it is natural that this processor should perform incredibly well and thanks to the new DDR5 RAM the scores are really great.
Interestingly, this mobile gaming processor is 34% faster in multi-core than Ryzen 7 5800X in Geekbench, thanks to 6 more cores, however, the Core i9-12900H sports only 6 Performance cores. Thanks to the new architecture and Intel 7 process, the performance gains are incredible as a laptop CPU is easily beating a desktop counterpart.
If compared with say, the Ryzen 9 5900X, this new Core i9-12900H is almost 10% faster in single-core and still 2% faster in multi-core. So, it’s a surprise that the upcoming mobile flagship processor from Intel beats out last year’s best-selling desktop CPU by AMD in Geekbench and that goes to show Intel’s recent performance gains.