Thursday, June 14th 2012

Intel "Ivy Bridge" Core i3 Processors Start Shipping Ten Days From Now

Intel's Taiwan office quashed media reports of its Core i3 "Ivy Bridge" processor being launched in August, stating that the new 22 nm mainstream chips are on course for a June 24 launch. The company also reiterated that the targets Intel set for the proliferation of Ultrabook by the end of 2012, that of 40 percent of consumer notebook market consisting of Ultrabook, hasn't changed. Intel's 22 nm Core i3 processor could play a key role in that, since it facilitates cheaper Ultrabook designs. The Core i3 "Ivy Bridge" family consists of value dual-core parts based on Intel's newest processor architecture.

Source: Focus Taiwan
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8 Comments on Intel "Ivy Bridge" Core i3 Processors Start Shipping Ten Days From Now

#3
phanbuey
these chips are going to be so beastly
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#4
Delta6326
Sweet. Can't wait to see these performance to power ratio.
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#5
JrRacinFan
Served 5k and counting ...
by: phanbuey
these chips are going to be so beastly
Meh, could have at least left PCIe 3 in place. No longer in the market for any of these. It will be a long while before any upgrades happen at my place, aside from video cards.
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#6
muzhisen123
呵呵,我是中国人

my english is not very well。我觉得IVB的核心温度太高了,i3也会一样
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micropage7
by: muzhisen123
my english is not very well。我觉得IVB的核心温度太高了,i3也会一样
thats ok, at least they know what you talking about :toast:
my english is average too :D
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#8
hirnalinj
by: muzhisen123

my english is not very well。我觉得IVB的核心温度太高了,i3也会一样
what makes you think it will overheat easily?
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