All About Ivy Bridge

Bit-Tech: We should also mention that as the entire Ivy Bridge die is made of 22nm 3D transistors, the same predictions on performance and power apply. That is, you either get a huge performance boost for the same power draw, a huge power saving for the same level of performance, or something in between. We expect Intel to ramp up the frequency of the Ivy Bridge Processor Graphics compared to the Sandy Bridge unit, thus adding more performance.

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ATi_Elite2920d ago

After AMD's failed Bulldozer benchmarks were released.....this article should be titled "All about Intel cause no one else exist"!

May go from 2500K to 2600K if the prices fall due to the release of the 2700K.

Intel also has LGA 2011 coming out too.