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Upcoming mobile Ivy Bridge CPU pricing has been unveiled

Upcoming Ivy Bridge mobile CPUs have been priced

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: May 9, 2012 3:16 am

On June 3, Intel plans to launch some cheaper dual-core Ivy Bridge-based CPUs, prices of these new chips will range between $225 and $346. We're also looking at two Core i7 options, the first being the Core i7-3520M which clocks in at 2.9GHz with a turbo frequency of 3.6GHz, 4MB of L3 cache, a 35W TDP and pricing of $346.

 

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The second Core i7 offering, the Core i7-3667U retains the same L3 cache, but mixes up the clock speed to 2GHz, with a turbo frequency of 3.2GHz, but we have a big change in the TDP, just 17W, it also retains the same $346 pricing.

 

The three Core i3 offerings are split into 2 options, one of them with a 17W TDP, the remaining two with 35W TDPs. The first one, Core i5-3320M has a clock speed of 2.6GHz, turbo at 3.3GHz, 3MB of L3 cache and a price of $225, the second, Core i5-3360M has a frequency of 2.8GHz, turbo up to 3.5GHz, the same L3 cache amount, but a price of $266. The final Core i5-3427U has a clock speed of 1.8GHz, turbo at 2.8GHz, 3MB L3 cache, and a 17W TDP, its price is set at $225.

 

All five new Ivy Bridge mobile CPUs sport Hyper-Threading, which adds doubles the amount of threads the CPU can handle at once. All 35W models will be released in PGA and BGA packages, with ULV chips made available only in a BGA package.

NEWS SOURCES:Cpu-world.com

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