“Intel is back.” It’s a phrase you’ve heard muttered ad nauseam if you’ve been paying attention to CPUs over the past few years, even well before Intel fell behind AMD. It was only when AMD started to take over the desktop market with the launch of Ryzen 5000 that Intel started to put those words into action — and the result is Alder Lake.
The Core i9-12900K is Intel’s flagship Alder Lake chip, and after thoroughly testing it, it has earned a spot on our list of the best processors you can buy.
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