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Building an Intel Ivy Bridge Desktop System, Part 2

A few weeks ago, I wrote about buying some of the components that I needed to build a new 22nm Ivy Bridge based desktop system. When I wrote that initial blog post, the actual Ivy Bridge desktop processors were not … Continue reading

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Quick Roundup of Intel Ivy Bridge Reviews

The overall opinion seems to be that the 22nm Ivy Bridge represents a relatively small boost to CPU performance (typically 5-20% compared to the 32nmSandy Bridge, depending on the task), a pretty significant boost to integrated graphics performance (typically 40-65% … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Building an Intel Ivy Bridge Desktop System, Part 1

I stopped by my local Micro Center on April 9, 2012, and I noticed that they had just received their first shipment of ASUS Z77-based motherboards. They were still on the warehouse cart, not even on the shelves yet. There … Continue reading

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A Tale of Four Laptops

With the release of the 22nm Ivy Bridge microarchitecture less than three weeks away, at the end of April 2012, I thought it might be a good time to do my little part to stimulate the world economy by giving … Continue reading

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