Intel Ivy Bridge Desktop Processor Charted
Most clock speeds are similar to today's Sandy Bridge LGA1155 processor models, some have Turbo Boost speeds as high as 3.90 GHz. Since Ivy Bridge silicon is an optical shrink of Sandy Bridge LGA1155, from 32 nm to 22 nm, and since Intel is using a more energy-efficient transistor design, there are significant improvements in TDP ratings. Have a peek, click the thumbnail:
Intel Ivy Bridge Launch Schedule - 11/25/2011 12:12 PM
There has been a lot of talk about the fact when exaqctly Ivy Bridge is to launch. It seems to finalize now, in 2012, Intel is expected to release its first chips based on the upcoming 22nm Ivy Bridge...
Intel Ivy Bridge 2GHz sample surfaces - 11/25/2011 12:01 PM
Results of an Intel Ivy Bridge 2GHz quad-core engineering sample were published at the Coolaler forums. The CPU-Z 1.58 screenshot reveals this chip runs at a voltage of 1.056V, it has 6MB L3 and a 65W...
Intel Ivy Bridge Arrives March of 2012 - 10/24/2011 09:59 AM
CeBIT time ?
Intel Ivy Bridge CPU Names and Features Revealed - 10/18/2011 09:54 AM
You'll need to wait another month or six but
Intel Ivy Bridge GPU supports 4K HD displays - 09/20/2011 09:52 AM
The GPU housing inside of Intel's Ivy Bridge CPU will support displays with 4K HD resolution, which means a resolution of up to 4096 x 4096 pixels. It's the vastly improved display capability, and ass...