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Old 12-07-2011, 11:39 AM   #1
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Default Intel Ivy Bridge Launch Model Specs Revealed

I'm not sure how I missed this, but a couple of weeks ago, tech site CPU-World posted a leaked chart of upcoming Ivy Bridge CPUS - that is, the 22nm successor to Sandy Bridge. Aside from the architecture enhancements that we'd expect, it seems that there will be an Ivy Bridge model to properly succeed a Sandy Bridge one; in some cases boosting the clock speed in the process.

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no hexa-cores?!?
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no hexa-cores?!?
Like stated in the article, these CPU's are more of a mid-end offering and the Sandy Bridge-E are the current Hex-Core CPU's out there for now.

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