Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

By: PeterT
April 23rd, 2012
3:19 pm

Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

"Today is the launch date for Intel's new "Ivy Bridge" CPUs, officially known as the company's "third-generation Core" processors. Essentially a die shrink of the current "Sandy Bridge," 32-nm second-generation Core chips, Ivy Bridge represents the first implementation of Intel's 22nm manufacturing process. This means that the newer processors will perform as well or better than today's models, with lower power requirements and better cooling."

More:
Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

And:
Technology News: Chips: Intel Aims to Bridge GPU Gap
Intel releases 22nm Ivy Bridge processors - The Inquirer
Intel Releases Ivy Bridge: First Processor with "Tri-Gate" Transistor


Seems they won't be available for purchase until 29 April.

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