Intel's third generation Core processors are finally here. Codenamed "Ivy Bridge", these new processors represent the "tick" in Intel’s "tick-tock" strategy, where every “tick” is a shrink in manufacturing process technology used and every "tock" is a completely new microarchitecture. As such, Ivy Bridge is manufactured using the latest 22nm process technology and also boasts a number of other incremental upgrades.
And apart from the new processors, Intel has also announced their new 7-series chipset. The new processors, combined with the new chipset promises to enhance your computing experience, boost productivity and improve overall security of your systems.
In this guide, you will learn everything you need to know about the new Ivy Bridge processors and 7-series chipsets, what kind of performance gains can you expect, just how effective is the new HD Graphics 4000 GPU, what does Ivy Bridge mean for mobile computing and much more. Check out the latest reviews of devices powered by Ivy Bridge processors and also learn more about upcoming Ivy Bridge products.
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