Intel's latest generation of processors probably makes her debut in April 2012. Code-named "Ivy Bridge" is the hardware manufacturer to replace existing Sandy Bridge Series. The first models are x and x, later variants are still up later this.
These CPUs are the first to be fired on the 22nm process X. The processor is not a direct line, reduced copy of Sandy Bridge, Internal changes will only occur. Some leaked benchmarks show that the efficiency per clock cycle increases by up to eight percent. According to Intel's Ivy Bridge called a tick in the ticktockstrategie, true revolution to evolution. The processors will also trickle down to Intel's mobile lineup, with six CPUs that both the middle class will serve as the.
- Intel's Tick-Tock Strategy
The series will FinFET, zogeheten driedimensionale transistoren, with reducing energy consumption will be reduced. An example is the Core i7-3770K, this CPU is similar to the i7-2600K. The clock speeds of 3.3GHz remain unchanged but the TDP is of 95 W back to 77. Ivy Bridge will shrink as well as Intel's margins to increase once the chip is easy to produce, met een geschat formaat van 162 square millimeter (Bridge over Sandy's 216) it is likely that it is cheaper to produce than the current 32nm processors. Stay HardwaReviews.net follow the latest updates on this processor line.