Dell revealed with the future launch of its Precision 7700 and Precision 7670 laptops the existence of processors Intel Core i9-12950HX (vPro) beside Core i7-12850HX (vPro). These teams geared towards professional use can be chosen with a professional GPU Nvidia RTX-A5500 as a top-of-the-range model, or resort to a GeForce RTX 3080Ti.
As with the Ryzen PRO, these processors”are intended for pre-built business desktops and laptops that companies typically provide to their employees and which come with a range of security and remote management features suitable for a large enterprise environment“Beyond this difference, the specifications should be identical to the ‘non-vPRO’ which could be leaked a few weeks ago by Geekbench.
the Intel Core i9-12950HXthe most powerful laptop processor offered by the company for laptops, just like the Intel Core i7-12850HXThey offer a configuration of 16 cores and 24 processing threadsand this translates to 8x high performance cores (P-Core) more 8 cores with low power consumption (E-Core). To make this possible, the Intel UHD Graphics 770 iGPU has had its presence reduced up to 32 cores compared to the 96 cores that make up 14-core processors. Also posted a Core i5-12600HX (vPro): 12 cores and 16 threads at a Turbo frequency of 4.60 GHz.
The differences are that the Core i9 achieves Base/Turbo frequencies of 2.50/4.90GHz with access to 12x 64 KB + 12x 32 KB L1 cache (instruction + data), 3x 2 MB L2 cache and 30 MB L3 cache. For its part, the Core i7 reaches Base/Turbo frequencies of 2.40/4.70GHz with 3x 1.25MB L2 cache and 25MB L3 cache.
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