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^ Hopefully Z77 will bring the price of Z68 motherboards down.
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CES 2012: ECS? Intel Z77 Ivy Bridge Motherboard Also Shows Up - Softpedia
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Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge CPU Pictured - Softpedia
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CES 2012: MSIís Z77 Motherboards & Mobile Graphics Upgrade System
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10-Core Intel Ivy Bridge-EP CPU Has 95W TDP at 2.4GHz - Softpedia

Intel Releases Many Ivy Bridge Xeon Chips This Spring - Softpedia

Intel Ivy Bridge Xeon E3-1200 v2 CPU Specs Leaked - Softpedia
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Re: Ivy Bridge Thread

Ivy Bridge quad in April 2012

Ivy Bridge goes 300MHz faster at same TDP

Ivy Bridge works in 60 series boards

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Any news on Ivy Bridge based DELL laptops? Thinking of buying an XPS 15 , might holdup my purchase
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Re: Ivy Bridge Thread

With three more months to go until Intel makes official its first Ivy Bridge processors, a Taiwanese overclocker has entered into the possession of an engineering sample Core i7-3770K CPU, which he put through all sort of tests to reveal a bit more about this chip and its overclocking potential.


The tests run by TOPPC covered both the stock and overclocked performance of the Ivy Bridge CPU and while no exact numbers were specified it seems like, on average, the ES i7-3770K was 10% faster than the current Core i7-2600K.

Overclocking wise, the chip also had a similar performance with that of its Sandy Bridge counterparts, the highest frequency achieved with all cores active being set at 4.8GHz.

TOPPC expects these results to improve when the CPU hits retail, with 5GHz being possible with all cores active, as Lenzfire reports.

Despite the not so impressive overclocking frequency achieved, the Core i7-3770K does allow for higher DDR3 speeds to be achieved as the maximum available memory option is now 2800MHz.

The Core i7-3770K will include four computing cores with Hyper-Threading support running at a base frequency of 3.5GHz, and also support Intelís Turbo Boost technology which can increase its operating speed to 3.9GHz when not all cores are loaded.

Much like the current Sandy Bridge-based Core i7 parts, the chip will also sport 8MB of shared L3 cache, but its integrated GPU has been updated to the new HD 4000 which packs 30% more EUs.

The TDP of the processor was also modified as the new 22nm Tri-Gate process technology used for Ivy Bridge helps decrease the power consumption of the CPU.

The end result is a chip that works at the same frequencies as the Core i7-3700K and sports a faster graphics core, but has a 19% lower TDP (77W vs 95W).

Just like all the other K-series processors launched by Intel until now, the Core i7-3770K also features an unlocked multiplier which means overclockers will be able to push its operating frequencies further than Intel's specifications. According to Taiwan PC makers, Intelís Ivy Bridge processor will debut on April 8.
Source: Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3770K Overclocking Potential Explored - Softpedia
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Intel Readies Core i3-3120ME and i3-3217UE Ivy Bridge CPUs - Softpedia

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Intel Ivy Bridge Dual-Core CPUs to Arrive in Early May, Says Report - Softpedia
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Any vendors offering Z77 motherboard with legacy PCI slot?
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Why are u wanting pci slot? @theborg

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^^the G1 sniper 3 / Z77XUD3H / Z77XUD5H are going to have legacy pci slot
Gigabyte releases a teaser of Z77 lineup along with features!!
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Desktop Ivy Bridge 22nm to launch in April

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The date is still not final, but we have a launch week now. If all goes as planned, Intel plans to simultaneously launch mobile and desktop Ivy Bridge in Week 14. The launch should take place from April 1st till April 7th, at least this is the current plan that Intel shared with a few partners.

On the desktop side, Intel again starts with quad-core parts, following up with dual-core Ivy Bridge 22nm CPUs a month later. The current launch schedule includes Intel Core i7-3770K, i7-3770, i7-3770S, i7-3770T, i5- 3570K, i5-3550, i5-3550S, i5-3570T, i5-3450 and i5-3450S Processors. As you can see there are no Core i3 3000 series planned for the initial launch but the Core i7 and Core i5 3000 series will launch simultaneously with Z77, Z75, H77 and B75 (business) chipsets, previously known as Panther Point.

This will put some additional pressure on AMD FX and A8 Llano processors as well as on soon to launch Trinity quad cores. Ivy Bridge was definitely delayed by at least a whole quarter, but it will still be the first 22nm architecture, starting as of April.
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Intel's Ivy Bridge Pricing Gets Leaked Online

Intel Ivy Bridge 22nm "Core i5-3470" Exposed, Features PCIe Gen 3 Compatibility with MSI H61M-P31 (G3) Motherboard
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