12th Gen Intel Core i5 12400F
- Boost/Base Clock: 4.4 GHz / 2.5 GHz
- Core/Thread Count: 6 Core / 12 Thread
- Cache: 480 KB of level 1 cache + 7.5 MB of level 2 cache + 18 MB of L3 Cache
- TDP: 65 Watts
- Memory Speed: DDR4 3200MHz, DDR5 4800MHz
- CPU Socket: LGA1700
- CPU Transistor size: 10 Nanometers
- CPU Series: Alder Lake
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12th Gen Intel Core i5 12400F | Review
The i5 12400F by Intel is a part of its 12th Gen Alder lake lineup for mid-range desktops and workstations. It is powered by 6 high-power cores (Golden Cove Cores) with a base clock of 2.5 GHz and a boost clock of 4.4 GHz. Based on Intel’s 10 nanometers architecture intel claims an IPC (instructions per cycle) gain of 19% compared to its predecessor Rocket Lake. According to Intel the base TDP (PL1) of the i5 12400F is 65 Watts and can be boosted up to TDP (PL2) 117 Watts. Other key features include support for DDR4 and DDR5 memory.
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Specification: 12th Gen Intel Core i5 12400F