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Old 04-23-2012, 06:19 PM   #1
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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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Old 04-23-2012, 07:04 PM   #2
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Here's a quick review from HardOCP compared to Sandy Bridge!

HARDOCP -
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Here's a quick review from HardOCP compared to Sandy Bridge!

HARDOCP -

Sorry for the double post!
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Old 04-23-2012, 07:07 PM   #4
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

And one from Tom's:
Intel Core i7-3770K Review: A Small Step Up For Ivy Bridge : Ivy Bridge: Was It Worth The Wait?
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Old 04-23-2012, 07:53 PM   #5
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Some additional reviews:

http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/cpu...-i5-3570k.html

http://www.overclockers.com/intel-i7...ge-cpu-review/

http://www.anandtech.com/show/5771/t...7-3770k-review

http://www.pcworld.com/article/25417....html#tk.hp_fv

Thanks very much to Peter for starting this important thread. I'm putting it on the home page.

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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Interesting.....

but has anything changed???

If you want a cheap desktop machine that COMPUTES faster than anything....Go Intel.

If you want a cheap desktop machine that COMPUTES not nearly as fast....but has much better onboard graphics....and is a tad cheaper....Go AMD

and I argue that the general consumer....Joe Sazbo off the streets----won't see any difference in general computing performance between the two unless he is doing high level tasks like rendering.

But he WILL see a difference in graphics performance.

So I think the general "balance of power" remains the same.....

The key for both these two CPU giants will be their ability to translate their CPUs into the mobile world lest they let nVidia and Samsung steal the show.

And it appears that Intel is clearly aware of this as they continue to shrink power requirements and die. Targeted at "Ultrabooks" which look amazingly like Apple Macbook Air models....LOL

They HAVE to be looking at the tablet and smartphone market with some concern/envy.

The server market will only be so big....
and the PC market is shrinking.....

Could Intel and AMD be the next Microsoft???

Tied to an old paradighm that is slowly dying.....

Jeesh.....who woulda thunk it????
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Old 04-27-2012, 12:50 PM   #7
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Microsoft will be around far longer than AMD.

And for that matter so will IBM.
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Agreed.....

Unless they do something dramatic.....

If they were to sign an exclusive agreement with Apple to produce the next generation of iPhone/iPad processors for instance.....
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Maybe Intel and AMD will merge. If you can't beat them join them.
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Old 04-29-2012, 11:28 AM   #10
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

Here they are:
Newegg.com - New 3rd Gen Intel CPUs
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

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Interesting.....

but has anything changed???


If you want a cheap desktop machine that COMPUTES not nearly as fast....but has much better onboard graphics....and is a tad cheaper....Go AMD

Could Intel and AMD be the next Microsoft???

Tied to an old paradighm that is slowly dying.....

Jeesh.....who woulda thunk it????
speed requirements and onboard graphics go hand in hand IMO. People/businesses that rely on onboard graphics do not require the fastest computers. AMD has a great product here due to price.

I don't think Intel will ever die, they are too innovative. Intel could disband their whole CPU business (80% of the company probably) and could still survive on other technology. If you were an Intel hater I would get use to them lol, they will be around the rest of most peoples lifetimes.
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speed requirements and onboard graphics go hand in hand IMO. People/businesses that rely on onboard graphics do not require the fastest computers. AMD has a great product here due to price.

I don't think Intel will ever die, they are too innovative. Intel could disband their whole CPU business (80% of the company probably) and could still survive on other technology. If you were an Intel hater I would get use to them lol, they will be around the rest of most peoples lifetimes.
Agreed..... they will all be around for a long period of time. And Intel is in the best position to survive overall. I wonder why they are not pushing more into the mobile market as it seems to me that they could completely dominate other vendors for mobile processors like Samsung or even Apple if they put their mind to it.

And I think that is where the money is in the future. But what do I know......

Nah----am not an Intel hater. I use an X79 system as my main machine. I just find it fascinating the way things have drastically changed in as little as 5 years.

If someone's would have told me five years ago that Apple would make more money quarterly---by far---than Microsoft did.

I would have thought them a lunatic......
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Re: Intel Ships Third-Generation Core (Ivy Bridge) Processors

You might want think about holding off until Intel addresses this issue about heat (if they do in a future release).. Ivy Bridge heat problems remain even after IHS removal - eTeknix
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You might want think about holding off until Intel addresses this issue about heat (if they do in a future release).. Ivy Bridge heat problems remain even after IHS removal - eTeknix
What a strange design! Really is counter-intuitive. Wow. Gonna have to scrape that stuff off and reapply some decent TIM properly. I don't expect to be man-handling a shiny new CPU like that! Reminds me of the slot 1 and slot A days and having to stuff around with those a lot, which always bothered me.
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