The Intel Sandy Bridge processors have not been on the market long, but as rumors tend to do, a new one is already making the rounds that have another new CPU coming from Intel this year. The rumor centers on the new 22nm Ivy Bridge CPUs.
There aren't many details to go on here. DigiTimes cites the source of the rumor as the Chinese paper Commercial Times. The publication claims that the Ivy Bridge CPU will be launched in June at Computex Taipei. Whether or not that rumor will come true remains to be seen, but Intel could use some good press with the Sandy Bridge chipset issue hovering like a dark cloud.
AMD is also said to be spending the production of the Llano APU and the APUs are expected to ship in May to OEMs. The original date for the Llano shipments to start was Q3 2011.
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