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Ivy Bridge Processor

March 20th, 2012 by Tanbir Leave a reply »
     




What do you get if you take an old “Intel sandy bridge” processor, make it pretty, and give it a pretty additional kick? You get the second generation “Ivy bridge” computers expected this year from Intel. Company itself is still keeping its strategies as a private statement, but information of the “Modern Ivy Bridge” computer lineup have released.

According to details reported by X-bit Labs, a best lineup core i7 and corei5 “Ivy bridge” computer will be available in latest Q2 2012. Computers are quad core, except single market core i5 computer. The breaks of the processor i5 reportedly have 7MB speed and cache variety from 2.8 GHz to 3.6 GHz. The modern core i7 line up has 9 MB cache and ability from 2.5 GHz to 3.7 GHz.

The Modern “Ivy bridge” computer will help PCLe 3.0 x16, and arrive with native help for USB 3.0 and Thunder bolt. It will be up to computer hardware manufacturers to analysis which of those port and slot skills single system will have, though.

The most powerful difference between “Sandy bridge” and “ivy bridge” computers is that company is making  the next  generation computer unit using 22nm architecture- a nearly 35% decrease in size. Important obsessions come in pretty packages, though, so there are few advantages that arrive with pretty processors.

Start, Ivy Bridge” computer will consume low energy. That translates to lower power expenses, and lower heat up, which snowballs the less power costs because less energy is then needed to cool the processor as well.

Second, the pretty computer processor makes more room for the integrated graphics, permitting company to enhance the graphics processing ability.  The “Ivy bridge processor graphics are estimated to up to 70% better and fast, will help Microsoft Direct x 11.

 

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