Intel has started shipping Alder Lake-P to laptop manufacturers

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Intel has been killing it, at least on the specs sheet, with the launch of Alder Lake-S desktop processors. With support for DDR5 and PCI Express 5.0, team blue has played its cards right. Today, Intel's Executive Vice President Gregory Bryant tweeted that Intel is shipping the upcoming Alder Lake-P mobile processors to OEMs to integrate them into upcoming laptops.

Alder Lake-P will allegedly be available in two primary core configurations. Out of the two, a lower-end SKU might feature two Golden Cove Performance (P) cores and eight Gracemonth Efficiency (E) cores. The higher-end one might feature six performance cores along with eight efficiency cores.

A few days ago, alleged benchmarks of Alder Lake-P Core i7-12700H were leaked which revealed high performance of the chip when stacked against AMD's Ryzen 9 5800HX and Apple's M1 Pro.

Here are the scores:

CB R20 (ST)

CB R20 (MT)

CB R23 (MT)

Ryzen 9 5900HX 570 4,859 12,570

Apple M1 Max

390 2,735 12,385

Core i7-12700H

689 7,158 18,501

According to speculation, the official launch of Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-M CPUs shouldn't be far off, now that it is shipping to OEMs. Intel could even launch the new chips at CES 2022.

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