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Intel Ivy Bridge launch review roundup

Roundup of all the Intel Ivy Bridge launch reviews.

| Roundups News | Posted: Apr 23, 2012 5:24 pm

With the launch of a whole new CPU architecture like Ivy Bridge, there come a lot of reviews. The new Ivy Bridge architecture is the die shrink of Intel's Sandy Bridge architecture. The new Ivy Bridge chips are built using Intel's 22nm tri-gate transistor technology and brings with it more efficient computing.

 

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Using the 22nm technology increases power efficiency and reduces die size which makes the chips cheaper and somewhat easier to make since the risk of having a silicon imperfection in one is less. Although the launch wasn't one of Intel's best, it finally occurred and today we have an onslaught of reviews to share with you.

 

Take a look at our review which is seen here and then you can compare out results to everyone else's.

 

CPUs:

 

i7-3770K - Neoseeker

i7-3770K - The Tech Report

i7-3770K - Benchmark Reviews

i7-3770K - CowcotLand

i7-3770K - HotHardware

i7-3770K - PC Perspective

i7-3770K - Phoronix

i7-3770K - Overclockers.com

i7-3770K - Kitguru

i7-3770K - LostCircuits

i7-3770K - Hardware Secrets

i7-3770K - Hardware Canucks

i7-3770K - TechSpot

i7-3770K - OCC

i5-3570K - Vortez

i5-3570K - OCaholics

i7-3720QM - Hardware Canucks

i7-3720QM - PC Perspective

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