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    Default Intel Ivy Bridge Discussion Thread

    Intel to Release 22nm Ivy Bridge CPUs on April 8, Say Taiwan PC Makers







    After many rumors and suppositions regarding the release date of Intelís Ivy Bridge processors hit the streets, a recent report citing sources from Taiwanese PC makers has revealed that the chip giant plans to launch these new 22nm CPUs on April 8, 2012.

    Previously, all we knew about the launch date of Ivy Bridge processors was that Intel wanted to go for the March/April timeframe, with some recent rumors claiming that May could also be a potential launch target.

    However, sources cited by DigiTimes have now revealed that Intel is actually planning to release its first Ivy Bridge chips on April 8, 2012.

    The initial release will cover the third-generation Core i5 and Core i7 desktop products with prices ranging from $184 to $332 (141 to 254 EUR), and Core i7 mobile chips, while the next CPU batch will include Core i3 and Core i5 mobile processors.

    This launch will also take place in the second quarter of 2012, while desktop Pentium processors will presumably follow in Q3 2012.

    As far as chipsets are concerned, on April 8, Intel will unveil the Z77, H77, Z75 and B75 platform controller hubs for desktop systems and the HM77, UM77, HM76 and HM75 notebooks chipsets.

    Ivy Bridge is the code name used for the 22nm die shrink of the current Sandy Bridge chips and features basically the same architecture, but with a few minor tweaks and improvements.

    This includes a new on-die GPU that will come with full DirectX 11 support as well as with 30% more EUs than Sandy Bridge, in order to offer up to 60% faster performance that current Core CPUs according to Intel.

    In addition, the processor cores have also received some minor tweaks as their AVX performance was slightly increased and Intel has updated the integrated PCI Express controller to the 3.0 standard.




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    my body is ready......will be an awesome year for clash of the titans

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    Intel Ivy Bridge price leak
    Desktop CPUs (April 8th)
    Core i7-3770K $332
    Core i7-3770 $294
    Core i7-3770S $294
    Core i7-3770T $294
    Core i5-3570 -
    Core i5-3550 $205
    Core i5-3450 $184
    Desktop CPUs (May) -
    Core i5-3470T $184
    Notebook CPUs (April 8th)
    Core i7-3920QM $1,096
    Core i7-3820QM $568
    Core i7-3720QM $378
    Notebook CPUs (TBA)
    Core i5-3520M -
    Core i5-3360M -
    Core i5-3320M -
    Ultrabook CPUs (TBA)
    Core i7-3667U -
    Core i5-3427U -



    http://hexus.net/tech/news/cpu/33121...ice-date-leak/

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    wow... nice info.... will this generation of ivy bridge do what 'sandy bridge 2nd-gen" did to the original "1st-gen sandy bridge" processors cause if so, i'd hate myself for not waiting for the ivy bridge cause i am itching to jump on the 2nd-gen sandy bridge band wagon....but i guess the smarter move will be to wait for the ivy bridge to see the actual performance difference cause the prices are very close....

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    Quote Originally Posted by zunaid View Post
    wow... nice info.... will this generation of ivy bridge do what 'sandy bridge 2nd-gen" did to the original "1st-gen sandy bridge" processors cause if so, i'd hate myself for not waiting for the ivy bridge cause i am itching to jump on the 2nd-gen sandy bridge band wagon....but i guess the smarter move will be to wait for the ivy bridge to see the actual performance difference cause the prices are very close....
    Same here man. Waiting for the "Poison Ivy" myself......... ....... Also need those 7 series cards rolling fast.... ......... btw... Ain't much sure if I can afford it if the dollar price keep rising as it is now... ...

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    Intel told the performance difference between Ivy bridge and sandy bridge would be 10-20% difference.

    ---------- Post added at 03:49 ---------- Previous post was at 03:49 ----------

    And also the price sandy bridge will decrease that time.

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    so IVY Bridge is basically the end of LGA1155 saga cuz next year HASWELL(22nm) will be at the door with LGA 1150
    Intel is changing sockets like clothes and progressing damn fast to 16nm

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    IVB-E is still to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviL AnGeL View Post
    IVB-E is still to come.
    yeah that will be probably in Q3-Q4 2012 and will be LGA 2011....i think

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    Totaly bs.Intel is not even giving us enough time to see what is the true potential of their recent processors.Before using one latest one they r releasing another one.What the hell is AMD doing?Have they forgotten how make processors...?
    Last edited by Gladiator'; January 25th, 2012 at 12:35.

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    As far as I know, Haswell will come min 2 years after the release of IVY Bridge.

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    amd with all its bad reviews [especially in gaming scenerios] and our [bangladeshi] intel mindset, i think it will take a lot time b4 amd catches intel in desktop processors..... and i read SB 1st gen and SB 2nd gen had the same 10-20% performance difference and look wat it did to the demand of 1st gen SB processors... i mean ppl are actually having a hard time getting rid of them at really good prices... i was happy with my wolfdale for a long time b4 i wanted a new processor.... but its just crazy now...

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    Details of Ivy Bridge Core i3 CPUs leaked

    One of the most anticipated events of the year will be the launch of Ivy Bridge micro-architecture and related products. The first Ivy Bridge "third-generation" processors will be introduced in April, and more products will follow in the second and third quarters. Details of upcoming Core i5 and i7 CPUs were revealed last November, and slides with specifications of more budget-oriented Core i3 chips were leaked this week by Zol.com.cn.


    Core i3 chips will come with 2 CPU cores, backed up by 3 MB L3 cache. Like Sandy-Bridge models, third generation Core i3s will implement all basic (Intel 64, Virtualization) and intermediate (Hyper-Threading) technologies. However, the CPUs will lack all advanced features, such as Vpro, AES instructions and Turbo Boost. With the exception of i3-3xx5 models, all Core i3s will integrate HD 2500 GPU, operating at 650 MHz, and overlockable to 1050 MHz when needed. Two other integrated components on i3 chips are DDR3 memory controller, supporting DDR3-1600 memory, and PCIe Express 2.0.


    Mainstream Core i3s will have 55 Watt Thermal Design Power, which is 18% improvement over i3-2xxx Sandy Bridge CPUs. Core i3-3220 and i3-3240 will run at 3.3 and 3.4 GHz, that is identical to Core i3-2120 and Core i3-2130 SKUs. Despite of identical core frequencies, we can still expect higher performance due to microarchitecture enhancements, better HD 2500 graphics, and slightly higher memory bandwidth. Core i3-3225 is going to be a version of 3220 model with HD 4000 GPU.


    Low-power Core i3-3220T and i3-3240T are clocked at 2.8 and 3 GHz. The processors feature HD 2500 graphics unit and 35 Watt TDP.


    In addition to details of Core i3 Ivy Bridge products, the roadmap also contains a few tweaks to Core i5 line-up. Core i5-3330 and i5-3330S processors received support for VT-d virtualization. Base and maximum Turbo Boost frequencies of Core i5-3470T were reduced by 100 MHz, from 2.9GHz / 3.6GHz to 2.8GHz / 3.5GHz, while the size of L3 cache was doubled from 3 MB to 6 MB. There were no other changes to Core i5 and Core i7 specifications.


    Characteristics of future Core i3 processors are listed in the table below:


    Core i3-3220 2 4 3.3 GHz 3 MB HD 2500 650 MHz / 1050 MHz 55 Watt
    Core i3-3220T 2 4 2.8 GHz 3 MB HD 2500 650 MHz / 1050 MHz 35 Watt
    Core i3-3225 2 4 3.3 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 650 MHz / 1050 MHz 55 Watt
    Core i3-3240 2 4 3.4 GHz 3 MB HD 2500 650 MHz / 1050 MHz 55 Watt
    Core i3-3240T 2 4 3 GHz 3 MB HD 2500 650 MHz / 1050 MHz 35 Watt

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    Ivy Bridge graphics performance estimates


    Less than two months remains until the launch of the latest Intel micro-architecture, codenamed Ivy Bridge. New micro-architecture will feature many performance enhancements, and one of them is a beefed up on-chip Graphics Processing Unit (GPU). According to previously leaked documents, Ivy Bridge should perform considerably faster in graphics applications than Sandy Bridge microprocessors. Expreview ran a number of benchmarks on engineering sample of unlocked i5-3570K Ivy Bridge processor with HD 4000 graphics, and compared results to second generation i5-2500K with HD 3000. The results, collected by Expreview, confirmed previously leaked performance estimates.

    In 3DMark Vantage synthetic benchmarks Core i5-3570K achieved 88.9% higher GPU score when using Entry preset, and 122.1% better score with Performance preset than Intel i5-2500K. In game benchmarks Ivy Bridge CPU also had significant lead over Sandy Bridge counterpart, ranging from 30% to 84%:

    Left 4 Dead 2 72.53 42.27 71.6%
    Street Fighter IV 58.8 41.13 43%
    Starcraft II 29.3 22.5 30.2%
    DiRT 3 44.02 29 51.8%
    Farcry 2 33.47 18.14 84.5%

    All game benchmarks ran at 1280 x 720 screen resolution. Average performance boost for game benchmarks was 56.2%. Forthcoming Core i5-3570K CPU operates at 3.4 GHz, which is 100 MHz or 3% faster than the 2500K. Even if we deduct 3% gain, attributed to higher frequency of Ivy Bridge CPU, the HD 4000 still has on average 50% faster graphics than Sandy Bridge HD 3000.

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    Ivy Bridge Benchmarks Surface



    As the release of Ivy Bridge grows closer, there has been much speculation regarding what sort of performance boost we will see over a similar Sandy Bridge processor. Intel gave us an overview of the new 22nm process at last year's Intel Developer Forum, and the information that was released indicated an expected performance boost of approx 10% for Ivy Bridge's CPU core and up to over 100% for the GPU. We have now seen some real benchmarks performed by independent testers.

    Intel have adopted a Tick Tock regime for the release of new CPU architectures and new process technologies for 5 years now. Traditionally, on a Tick a new process is introduced which will give a small performance boost, and use significantly less power. A Tock introduces a new architecture, effectively new circuitry, using the now established manufacturing process.

    This year, we are at a tick, and Ivy Bridge is largely a die shrink of Sandy Bridge on a smaller process. However, Intel have also improved the integrated graphic core, which could be seen as a Tock alongside the Tick of the main processor core. AnandTech have published the results of tests they have performed with an i7-3770K at stock settings. Additionally, a member on the xtremesystems.org forums has posted a couple of screenshots comparing a 2600K to a 3770K at 4.5 GHz.

    For overall system performance, AnandTech carried out several tests with Sysmark 2007 and Sysmark 2012. In Sysmark 2012, the i7-3770K showed an overall performance boost of 7.5%. Sysmark 2007 indicated an overall performance boost of 10%. Across a selection of 8 CPU tasks, Ivy Bridge shows an improvement of between 5% and 15%, averaging out bang in the middle at 10%. Testing the integrated graphics performance across 13 tests, the GPU showed a boost between 20% and 50%, averaging out at 33.8% over Sandy Bridge. A single GPU compute test shows an improvement of around 225%, helped along by the DirectX 11 support introduced with this generation.

    The report at xtremesystems ran SuperPi 1M and 32M tests on a 3770K and a 2600K at 4.5GHz. The version of SuperPi is outdated and only show results to the nearest second, so no perceivable difference was recorded between the two processors in the 1M test. In the 32M test, Ivy Bridge outperformed Sandy Bridge by 1.8%. SuperPi is a single threaded benchmark, so the difference between this value and the 10% average for the tests carried out by AnandTech can be explained by the improved IPCs.

    The second report also recorded the voltage that Ivy Bridge needed to reach 4.8 GHz, and the core temp when fully loaded. When idling at 4.8 GHz, the voltage required was 0.94V, and under load it only jumped to 1.31V, which is lower than most Sandy Bridge chips at the same clock.

    Unfortunately, the temperature recorded by CPUID Hardware Monitor indicated the CPU reached over 100C when running Linpack, and around 90C when running Prime 95. Another report from China recently said the same thing about the temps, and it looks like for people with standard cooling systems (air or water) it may not be able to easily hit the same clock as Sandy Bridge, but what it does do will use less electricity.

    So far Ivy Bridge looks like it will be well suited to extreme cooling systems, such a phase change or liquid nitrogen. This would most likely be because Ivy Bridge drawing 80% of the power in a core that is half the size, meaning at any point in the core there is more heat to dissipate. And with an increased GPU size, if you use the integrated graphics you will be generating even more heat.

    It is still not known when Ivy Bridge will be available to the retail market, but current reports suggest we may see desktop SKUs next month and mobile SKUs in June.

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    http://vr-zone.com/articles/ivy-brid...w/15202-1.html

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    Revised Ivy Bridge launch schedule

    With the constant flow of information about Intel's new desktop and mobile platforms it's easy to forget that many of the specifics that have been discussed are mere rumor, or future plans, that may change at any time before the launch. For many, the most important piece of news will be the official release date, so we are pleased to report new official launch dates and details, revealed by Sweclockers, and later confirmed by Donanimhaber.

    The original launch date for Ivy Bridge was to be April 8th, but that has had to be adjusted, not least because of surplus stocks of Sandy Bridge wafers that need to be used up. It seems that the 7 series desktop chipsets - Z77, Z75, H77 and B75 - will be available from retailers on April 8, but Ivy Bridge processors will start rolling out 3 weeks later, on April 29.

    There are ten i5 and i7 processors due for release on April 29. These include i7-3770, i7-3770K, i7-3770S and i7-3770T from the i7 range. For the i5 range, we will see i5-3570K, i5-3550, i5-3550S, i5-3570T, i5-3450 and i5-3450S processors.

    Five weeks later, on June 3, Intel will launch several more i5 processors, as well as the mobile chipsets. The processors to be launched at this stage include i5-3470, i5-3470S, i5-3475S, i5-3570 and i5-3570S. Core i3 and Pentium processors with the new core will not be available until the holiday season.

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    Whats the difference between i5 3550, 3550S and 3570T in terms of performance?

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    Revised Ivy Bridge launch schedule confirmed

    Ivy Bridge launch was delayed twice. First time it slipped from the first to the second quarter 2012, and then it was delayed by another two weeks. Current launch date for desktop Ivy Bridge CPUs is set on April 29, which was confirmed by two different sources, Sweclockers and Donanimhaber. That still left us in the dark in regards to mobile processors, due to rumors that their launch was pushed back until June. After seeing recent desktop and mobile roadmaps we can confirm that both desktop and mobile IB chips will be released at the same time.


    On April 8 Intel will announce Z77, Z75, H77 and B75 chipsets. On the same day we should see numerous reviews of 75 and 77 boards with, well, Sandy Bridge CPUs.


    Ivy Bridge processors will be announced in the 4th week of April, between April 22 and April 28. The announcement will include only quad-core models: mobile Core i7 and Core i7 Extreme families, desktop Core i7, Core i5-3570K, i5-3570T, i5-3550, i5-3550S, i5-3450 and i5-3450S. The announced chips will be available for sale on April 29, and the reviews and benchmarks should be published on the same day. Specifications and prices of these processors are provided below:


    Core i5-3450 Desktop 4 4 3.1 GHz 3.5 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 77 Watt $184
    Core i5-3550 Desktop 4 4 3.3 GHz 3.7 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 77 Watt $205
    Core i5-3550S Desktop 4 4 3 GHz 3.7 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 65 Watt $205
    Core i5-3570K Desktop 4 4 3.4 GHz 3.8 GHz 6 MB HD 4000 77 Watt $225
    Core i5-3570T Desktop 4 4 2.3 GHz 3.3 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 45 Watt $205
    Core i7-3770 Desktop 4 8 3.4 GHz 3.9 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 77 Watt $294
    Core i7-3770K Desktop 4 8 3.5 GHz 3.9 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 77 Watt $332
    Core i7-3770S Desktop 4 8 3.1 GHz 3.9 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 65 Watt $294
    Core i7-3770T Desktop 4 8 2.5 GHz 3.7 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 45 Watt $294
    Core i7-3720QM Mobile 4 8 2.6 GHz 3.6 GHz 6 MB HD 4000 45 Watt $378
    Core i7-3820QM Mobile 4 8 2.7 GHz 3.7 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 45 Watt $568
    Core i7-3920XM Mobile 4 8 2.9 GHz 3.8 GHz 8 MB HD 4000 55 Watt $1096


    Core i5-3570, i5-3570S, i5-3475S, i5-3470, i5-3470S and i5-3470T desktop CPUs, and Core i5 dual-core mobile microprocessors will be introduced on June 3rd. Product announcement could happen before or after that date. Below is the full list of third generation Core-branded processors, that we will be available on June 3:


    Core i5-3470 Desktop 4 4 3.2 GHz 3.6 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 77 Watt
    Core i5-3470S Desktop 4 4 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 65 Watt
    Core i5-3470T Desktop 2 4 2.8 GHz 3.5 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 35 Watt $184
    Core i5-3475S Desktop 4 4 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHz 6 MB HD 4000 65 Watt
    Core i5-3570 Desktop 4 4 3.4 GHz 3.8 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 77 Watt
    Core i5-3570S Desktop 4 4 3.1 GHz 3.8 GHz 6 MB HD 2500 65 Watt
    Core i5-3320M Mobile 2 4 2.6 GHz 3.3 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i5-3320M Mobile 2 4 2.6 GHz 3.3 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i5-3360M Mobile 2 4 2.8 GHz 3.5 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i5-3360M Mobile 2 4 2.8 GHz 3.5 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i5-3427U Mobile 2 4 1.8 GHz 2.8 GHz 3 MB HD 4000 17 Watt
    Core i7-3520M Mobile 2 4 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHz 4 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i7-3520M Mobile 2 4 2.9 GHz 3.6 GHz 4 MB HD 4000 35 Watt
    Core i7-3667U Mobile 2 4 2 GHz 3.2 GHz 4 MB HD 4000 17 Watt


    Core i3 desktop Ivy Bridge parts will be introduced in the third quarter 2012. There was a rumor that Core i3 mobile lineup will not be transitioned to Ivy Bridge. We believe that Core i3 mobiles will be released after all. VR-Zone previously disclosed details on Core i3-3217U ULV SKU, and there will be at least one Core i3 mobile 35W CPU. Mobile chips from i3 family will also launch in the third quarter. Incomplete list of upcoming Core i3 models you will find below:


    Core i3-3220 Desktop 2 4 3.3 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 2500 55 Watt
    Core i3-3220T Desktop 2 4 2.8 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 2500 35 Watt
    Core i3-3225 Desktop 2 4 3.3 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 4000 55 Watt
    Core i3-3240 Desktop 2 4 3.4 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 2500 55 Watt
    Core i3-3240T Desktop 2 4 3 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 2500 35 Watt
    Core i3-3217U Mobile 2 4 1.8 GHz N/A 3 MB HD 4000 17 Watt

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