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New Generation of Intel Core Processors Where do you go when you can’t spread out any further than you already have? That’s the question Intel engineers had to solve to improve upon the Sandy Bridge processor. Their answer is up, and with that the Ivy...
Ultrabook CPUs not launched as of this writing Share & EnjoyTweet Author: Ron Duncan
When we tested the Core i7-3770K in April, we found it to be 10-17% faster than the Sandy Bridge Core i7-2600K while consuming over 10% less power. In essence, this makes Ivy Bridge a more refined version of Sandy Bridge. Intel's only weakness was in ...
A modest performance bump over Sandy Bridge that is made much more impressive by the efficiency levels achieved with the 22nm Ivy architecture. Integrated graphics receive a big improvement, too, without cost in battery life
Gaming with integrated graphics remains a sore spot, despite Intel's claims, HD 4000 is not suitable for gaming
Intel's Ivy Bridge Core i7 Quad Core Mobile Architecture - Well-Rounded PerformanceAsus N56VM 15.6-inch Multimedia Notebook - A Powerhouse with All the TrimmingsIn our meetings with Intel's Notebook Marketing team over the years, they've often asked us wh...
Ivy Bridge for mobile has easily exceeded my expectations. Because this is not a new architecture I was expecting to see gains between 5 to 10 percent. Instead, the new Intel Core i7-3720QM runs away from every previous processor in multiple benchmarks. G...