Some benchmark results of Intel's 22nm Ivy Bridge processor with 1155-pin socket have surfaced on the web, you can check it out at Asian tech site Coolaler. The results were published by overclocker Coolaler, they show the performance of a 1.80GHz engineering sample.
Coolaler's BIOS and CPU-Z screenshots reveal that the CPU has two cores, four threads, 512KB of L2 cache, and 4MB of L3 cache. The images also confirm the 1.8GHz speed, which is presumably a ways below what we'll see on the finished product. We are, after all, talking about one of the first CPUs based on Intel's brand-new 22-nm fab process