However, Intel recently announced all-new Alder Lake-P and Alder Lake-U processors for laptops. It consumes up to 20 watts (Alder Lake-P) and up to 15 watts (Alder Lake-U) when fully loaded, so it is designed for compact laptops. The new processors, of course, are fully compatible with DDR5 system memory and the PCI-E 5.0 data bus. However, soon Intel is expected to prepare another family of processors for laptops, the Alder Lake-HX.
Among the new Intel processors of the Alder Lake-HX family, the Core i9-12900HX will be especially interesting. Namely, it is supposed to use up to 16 data transformation cores. Of these, eight cores will be dedicated to the most demanding tasks (P-core), and eight will be energy-efficient cores (E-cores). More powerful processor cores will transmit data at a frequency higher than five gigahertz.
Intel Alder Lake-HX mobile processors will be designed for the most powerful laptops. The most powerful model with a Core i9-12900HX processor is expected to be the first model that Lenovo puts up for sale. It is worth noting that the novelty will be fully unlocked. In practical terms, this means that the Core i9-12900HX processor can be used as a bet. This, of course, will be written on the skin of the most demanding users and those who want to get the most out of the system.