Intel Ivy Bridge Release Coverage

Web sites, blogs and media outlets in Europe and the U.K. are starting to post some early Ivy Bridge stories, which means that the Intel information embargo about the Ivy Bridge processor must be nearly about to expire. From what I have been able to determine, the information embargo is actually set to expire at 5PM UTC time, which would be 10AM here in Colorado. Once the embargo expires, there should be lots of more detailed stories with benchmark results. In the meantime, here are some links to these early stories.

PC Advisor: Intel launches Ivy Bridge processors

PC Advisor: Intel Ivy Bridge processors tested

PC Pro: Intel launches Ivy Bridge chips 

Apple Insider: Intel launches next-gen Ivy Bridge processors with 3D transistors

Daily Mirror: Intel’s Ivy Bridge chips launch using ’3D transistors’

BBC News: Intel’s Ivy Bridge chips launch using ’3D transistors’

Time: Intel’s Ivy Bridge Processors Launch at Last — How Do They Perform?

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One Response to Intel Ivy Bridge Release Coverage

  1. Yes! This will hopefully mean longer battery life. Higher efficiency with more power.

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