Core i5-12400 Now leaks as well Beats Ryzen 5 5600X in Benchmarks

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. cucaulay malkin

    cucaulay malkin Ancient Guru

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    well I would consider it just bare minimum
    even 11400F is close to 5600x,and it's a rkl-s,a waste of sand pretty much.
    it intel have something good ineed,12400 should win by some distance.
     
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    It looks like a bare minimum, which is not too bad for $200.
    The test was made holding a tower air cooler on it (no retention for lga1700).

    Performance wise yea, faster than 5600x and only half the consumption@4ghz all core (5600x goes to around 140W+)
    I'd say it looks great for a budget gaming with no significant cooling required.

    I kind of have my doubts on that 70W in AIDA fpu avx2.
    It might be possible though, it's only 6 cores probably running at low voltage to achieve only 4GHz.
    If true, it means you can passively cool it in gaming (40W +/-)
     
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    Falkentyne Master Guru

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    AMD is in trouble if this thing is beating the IPC of a 5.1 ghz Rocket Lake. Yikes.
     

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    Isn't the 5600X just 65W TDP? It's the 5800X that maxes out around 140W.
    But yeah, while this is good for Intel they only just caught up to and slightly beat AMD again after losing the IPC/efficiency crown back in 2019 when Zen 2 came out.
     
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    No, the 5600x is 140-150W in this particular test, depending on max all core clocks, or even a bit higher with OC.
    We're looking here at a non realistic avx2 test (not daily use) but it's common just to test the max power draw from the cpus.

    Slightly beat? If this is 30%+ then its not a joke.
     
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    For CPUs, TDP has nothing to do with power consumption. A processor with a 65watt TDP can easily exceed 100watts consumed under load.
     
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    It is just cinebench...so nothing to really worry about yet. Let's see how it does in benchmarks that actually matter.
     
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    That’s the thing, we’ve only seen rendering tests leak out. Alder Lake is low on cache, so maybe that won’t make those leaked gains translate to games as much as you might think.
     
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    It is possible, I don't expect this massive difference in games.
    That's why they specifically pointed out the next refresh with improved cache for gaming.
     

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    There better be some big rabbits hidden inside Lisa's Su pockets! I planned to swtich from intel to AMD on my next PC, i'm kinda tired with intel.
     
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    140W is not achievable on my 5600X , not even close . Must be bug or mistake . I could run any AVX test with OC its hard to as 120W without crash. You would need sick cooling to achive that and not crash .
     
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    Don't forget that Ryzen 5xxx is already a year on the market, so it's beating an "older cpu", for todays standards, where development is going faster then ever, since AMD launched their Ryzen cpu's.
    If it wasn't for AMD, we'd still be paying tons of money for a quadcore :p
     
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    Cinebench is a great bench to see certain arch improvements, but it barely hits the memory subsystem. And the OoO doesn't have a lot of complicated work to do.
    It would be interesting to see some different benchmarks. Especially games.
     
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    Thats correct , there is little leaks with gaming tests , i wonder why.
     
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    Why "worry"??? - you have shares at AMD???

    There is nothing to worry about - in fact there is something to be glad - we will have two companies competing for real in consumer CPU market!
     
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    I'm confused by the price. Compared to the rumored prices of the 12700K and 12900K, the 12400 is very cheap. I don't get how 2 P-cores and some extra cache can nearly double the price. Sure, the 12700K can be overclocked, in theory. In practice, I doubt anybody will squeeze much performance in.
     
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    In what application is a 5600X doing 140Watts?
     
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    Its not doing. My is oced to 4650 no way it can do 100W even.
     
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