Intel’s 2012 release,April Ivy Bridge processors

by djchamike on January 3, 2012

Ivy Bridge ,Intel’s new processor

Ivy Bridge Intel’s new processor scheduled to release April 8,according  to the motherboard manufacturer,Initial product offerings should be dual-core and quad-core parts, and several new chipsets.

The new 22nm dual-core CPU said to ratings of 35W and 55W TDP have, while quad-core parts are placed in 45W, 65W and 77W, so DigiTimes. Z77 and Z75-Z68 to P67 chipset includes and offers to replace. H77 H67 P77 to replace chipset, the card-based chipset and Q75 and B75 are business models, rather than the P67, P65 and B65 products.

Ivy Bridge is expected to provide an increase of  20 percent to the overall performance is comparable in Sandy Bridge processors. A redesigned GPU in 30 to 60 percent better overall performance graphics with DirectX 11 and OpenCL 1.1 support occur. 

The 22 nm chip is also 4K video resolutions, so the GPU (and support for the monitor), a video stream running up to 4096 x 4096 pixels can (also known as 4Kx4K), Intel says Ivy Bridge can do to ease thanks to its multi-format codec called MFX engine.

During a conference call earlier this week, Intel CEO Paul Otellini said that the volume of production has already begun Ivy Bridge and the chip is the goal of a late Q4 “rating for sale” it is likely that the code of the company to send samples to OEMs for the last test before the release.


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