We’ve already seen Intel’s mid to high end Ivy Bridge processors, but for those who aren’t interested in dropping the $200+ for the privilege, you might just be in luck soon enough. According to a recent report by Focus Taiwan, Intel Taiwan has suggested that Intel’s 3rd Generation Core i3 processors may begin shipping at the end of this month.
“The Intel 3rd-generation Core i3 processor will be available after June 24,” Intel’s Taiwan branch said in a statement
Additionally according to the article, Intel is still committed to their goal made at Computex 2011 of switching 40% of the consumer notebook market to [...]
According to a recent report by DigiTimes, Intel is expected to be phasing out older generation Sandy Bridge processors starting September once dual core Ivy Bridge processors begin to ship. Sources from the notebook industry are hoping that the phase out of Sandy Bridge processors will cause consumers to replace their PCs just in time for back-to-school sales in September.
That said, Intel is still committed to producing Sandy Bridge processors to meet demand until their eventual phase out. As of right now, Sandy Bridge processors are still a bit cheaper than their Ivy Bridge counterparts; however, prices for Ivy Bridge processors are expected to drop in September to [...]
Only introduced a couple of months ago, Z77 boards have become all the hype these days. Sporting all the features of the Z68 chipset and a bit more, the Z77 chipset is looking to kick things up a notch with native USB3.0 support (up to 4) , Rapid Start for faster boot times, Smart Connect to keep web pages refreshed while your computer sleeps, and more. Of course, for many of these features such as native USB 3.0 support, an Ivy Bridge processor is required; however, Z77 motherboards will have full support for any LGA 1155 CPU, so both Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge processors will apply.
Today we’ll be doing reviewing Gigabyte’s [...]
With the recent release of Intel’s new 22nm Ivy Bridge CPUs, boutique computer manufactures such as Alienware, Digital Storm, Maingear and many others have updated to the new silicon and plunged in on to the opportunity to be the best on the block. As an update to the Sandy Bridge processors, the new Ivy Bridge processors boast lower power consumption, a die shrink, and higher performance.
The update will affect both laptops and desktops ranging from thin and light 11″ notebooks to high end gaming desktops. Interested in what the companies have to say about their updated products? More details in the following pages.[...]
While Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors have launched more than a couple days ago, the processors themselves have been nowhere to be found until now.
Popular online retailer retailer Newegg recently made available the new processors for purchase, but as you may imagine they will probably be limited in quantity, so order yours quickly before they go!Intel Core i5-3450 Intel Core i5-3450S Intel Core i5-3550 Intel Core i5-3570K Intel Core i7-3770 Intel Core i7-3770S Intel Core i7-3770K
For most of us, it’s already 4/23/2012, which means that Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors should be coming shortly. As you all know, with every great product comes a great teaser, so here it is – Let’s Get Small, Again! (No joke. That’s the title.)
Ivy Bridge overclocking might royally suck on air, but Chinese overclocker x-powerx800pro is about to show us how boss Ivy Bridge overclocking is with a more… exotic solution.
Taking a look at some of the screenshots posted over at EXP Review, x-powerx800pro was able to take his Intel Core i7 3770K all the way up to 6.616GHz using a 63x multiplier and a base clock of 105.03MHz. What’s super cool though is the fact that the high clock speed was achieved with a core voltage of 1.056v! Oh why thank you 22nm technology! For reference, it typically takes Sandy Bridge (i5 2500K / i7 2600K) processors 1.5v or higher to just to reach 5GHz.
I do also [...]
Up until recently, we had high expectations for Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors. What kind of expectations? Improved graphics, lower TDP, better clock for clock performance, and of course better overclocking ability.
Lately however, it seems like rumors of the new processors have taken a turn for the worse. A couple days ago we saw rumors that the i7 3770K was a worse overclocker (on air) than the current generation Sandy Bridge processors and today, we’re seeing leaked images of the i7 3770K with the box specifications listing the processor at a 95w TDP. Since we were expecting the i7 3770K to be introduced with a TDP of 77w, a 95w TDP is quite a big jump [...]
If you’ve ever taken an business class, you’ll know that most companies will set their prices high at first then adjust them as time moves on. This is a smart move since it allows companies to milk early adopters, compensate for unexpected issues, and may also also give their product a sense of exclusivity. After all, I can’t imagine what a PR nightmare it’d be to raise the prices on a product because you set it too low at first. Eeek! Additionally, when prices are finally cut later on, it drives a huge wave of sales since customers who previously weren’t able to afford the product will now go purchase it.
However, according to a recent [...]
More details on the release date of the Intel’s new lineup of 22nm Ivy Bridge processors have been leaked by Cnet and DigiTimes. Both reports are suggesting that release is scheduled for April 23 (moved up from the previous rumor of the 29th).
The new Ivy Bridge processors will feature a die shrink to 22nm and will be equipped with Intel’s new 3D transistor technology, which “flips” the transistors on its side. This technology will create more space for more transistors and as we all know more transistors typically translates into more processing power as well. Many of the top OEM computer manufactures are rumored to unveil their brand new Ivy [...]