Intel has just refreshed its Ivy Bridge and Sandy Bridge lineups with both desktop and mobile processors. The company also reduced prices for some of its low-end processors.
The company has introduced a new Ivy Bridge CPU that has no onboard GPU, the Intel Core i5-3350P. It is rated at 3.10GHz and is priced at US$117. The other two Intel Core i5 CPUs that are not listed on the Intel website are:-
They are both rated at 2.70GHz and priced at US$194 and US$177 respectively. The other desktop Ivy Bridge Core i3 CPUs are:-
These models are clocked at 3.4GHz and 3.30GHz (the last two CPUs share the same clock speed of 3.30GHz) respectively, with corresponding price tags of US$138, US$134 and $117. The company also refreshed its Sandy Bridge lineup with two Core i3 processors; the i3-3240T and i3-3220T.
On the mobile front, Intel has introduced a new 22nm, quad-core Extreme Edition processor called the Intel i7-3940XM that costs US$1,096 and is clocked at 3.00GHz. The other two new Ivy Bridge Core i7 mobile CPUs are:-
They are rated at 2.8GHz and 2.7GHz and are priced at US$568 and S$378 respectively. Besides introducing new additions, the company also reduced prices on some chips, like the Sandy Bridge Intel Core i3-2130 desktop processor with its new price of US$117, after a 15% discount off its usual US$138 price tag, as well as some Sandy Bridge Intel Pentium desktop CPUs. For more pricing details, do download this PDF document from Intel here.