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Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor

Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor
Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor
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Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor
Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor
Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor

Key Features

  • Clock Speed: 3.30 GHz 
  • Cache: 12MB, Socket: LGA 1700
  • CPU Cores: 4, 
  • Graphic: Intel UHD Graphics 730
  • Offer Price: 13,500৳
  • Price: 16,000৳
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Brand: Intel
  • Model: Core i3-12100 12th Gen
  • SKU: 10491
Ex Tax: 13,500৳
Key Information
Brand Intel
Maximum Turbo Frequency 4.30 GHz
Model Core i3-12100 12th Gen
Base Frequency 3.30 GHz
Cache 12 MB Intel Smart Cache
Cores 4
Threads 8
Default TDP 60 W
Graphics Specifications
Base Frequency 300 MHz
Max Dynamic Frequency 1.40 GHz
Max Resolution Max Resolution (HDMI)‡: 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz
Max Resolution (DP)‡: 7680 x 4320 @ 60Hz
Max Resolution (eDP - Integrated Flat Panel)‡: 5120 x 3200 @ 120Hz
Max Video Memory 16 GB
Processor Graphics Intel UHD Graphics 730
Memory Specifications
Max Number of Channels 2
Maximum Size 128 GB
Maximum Speed 76.8 GB/s
Type Up to DDR5 4800 MT/s
Up to DDR4 3200 MT/s
Warranty Information
Manufacturing Warranty 03 years warranty (No Warranty for Fan or Cooler)

Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Processor In Bangladesh

The latest Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake Processor comes with 4 cores and 8 threads. The CPU will operate at a base frequency of 3.30 GHz and a maximum boost frequency of up to 4.30 GHz. The i3-12100 Alder Lake Processor comes with 12 MB of L3 cache and TDP values are maintained at 65 W (PL1). The latest Intel Core i3-12100 has six hyperthreaded P-cores. It is equipped with 2 Memory Channels with Maximum memory of 128 GB capacity. It comes with Intel UHD Graphics 730 having a 300 MHz base frequency and 1.40 GHz maximum dynamic frequency. It has a max resolution of HDMI: 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz, DP: 7680 x 4320 @ 60Hz and eDP - Integrated Flat Panel: 5120 x 3200 @ 120Hz.

Core Benefits of the Intel Core i3-12100 Processor

The Intel Core i3-12100 12th Gen Alder Lake CPU is compatible with both DDR5 and DDR4 memory controllers. High-end motherboards will retain DDR5 while the more mainstream offerings will open up DDR4 support too. It supports up to DDR5 4800 MT/s and up to DDR4 3200 MT/s. This 12th Gen Core i3 comes with Socket LGA 1700, 64 Bit Width. It has thermal design power (TDP) rating of 65W. This Core i3 12th Gen processor has a few expansion options also.

Intel Core i3-12100 Processor Review

Intel's four-core eight-thread Core i3-12100 comes with an incredibly competitive $129 price tag that earns a spot on our list of best CPUs for gaming and Best Cheap CPUs as Intel finally addresses what has become the most ignored part of the PC market — the sub-$200 segment. That's not to mention that the chip also comes as a $104 F-series Core i3-12100F that Intel ships with deactivated integrated graphics for $25 less than the full-featured model. In fact, with no clear current-gen competitor from AMD and stellar performance for its price point, the Core i3-12100 easily leads our CPU benchmark hierarchy in the $105 to $130 bracket.

Intel refreshed its Comet Lake Core i3 lineup when it released its 11th-Gen Rocket Lake chips in 2020, but those models didn't come with a new architecture or any meaningful performance improvements. Rather, they came as refreshed 10th-Gen models with a paltry 100 MHz clock speed increase. Not that it mattered — given the realities of the chip shortages, we rarely saw those chips at retail anyway.

Speaking of chips that don't really exist, AMD's last budget model came as the incredibly impressive Ryzen 3 3300X that landed back in 2020. The quad-core 3300X brought an unheard-of level of performance for a $120 chip, promising new levels of gaming performance for budget builds. Unfortunately, that didn't come to fruition as the chip was a ghost and never appeared in any meaningful volume at retail.

Things haven't improved in the interim, either. AMD abandoned the sub-$200 market when it launched its Ryzen 5000 processors, leaving its older 3000-series processors to hold the line. However, as you'll see in our benchmarks below, they aren't relevant. AMD's lowest point of entry into its Zen 3-powered Ryzen 5000 series comes in the form of the $259 Ryzen 5 5600G. At twice the price of the 12100, it's a non-factor for lower-end gaming rigs unless you plan to use integrated graphics.  

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