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Intel i9-12900K wins BEST CPU nomination at the  2022 European Hardware Awards

mai 31, 2022


Intel i9-12900K wins BEST CPU nomination at the 2022 European Hardware Awards

The European Hardware Association (EHA) has announced the devices and components that have won its organization's awards for 2022.

Over 100 of the world's top technology journalists spent months analyzing the options and have now decided on the very best hardware on sale across Europe.

The winners of each of the more than 40 categories have been chosen through the votes carried out by the team of experts among the nominees for this year’s edition of the EHA Awards.

The Intel Core i9-12900K has won the award for the best processor, and the architecture Alder Lake has won the awards for the best new technology and product of the year. The award for the best gaming desktop system has gone to Intel® NUC Dragon Canyon. 

  • BEST CPU – 12th Gen Intel® Core™ i9-12900K desktop processor
  • PRODUCT OF THE YEAR – Intel® Core™ 12th Gen (Alder Lake)
  • BEST NEW TECHNOLOGY – Intel Alder Lake Architecture 

Let's meet the winners!

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