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Intel dumps info on Ivy Bridge processors onto the Internet

Intel Ivy Bridge processor info is here, gloriously detailed
By: Anthony Garreffa | CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Mar 2, 2012 11:29 am

Intel have just published publically accessible information all of their upcoming 22nm-built Ivy Bridge processors. This is as official as it gets, before we see the tasty CPUs themselves on the stores of retailers around the world.




Intel has shown something that they call a 'flipbook', which is something that would normally be a printed product guide that would normally be given out to its various partners as a hand-out to let their customers keep track of what all the CPU models are and their specs.




The PDF was posted on one of Intel's partner sites called the Retail Edge Program, and it's not accessible by the general public. But, this is the Internet, and we have tricks and stuff. The specific PDF can be found by simply searching for the various upcoming CPU models. Oh yeah.


Check out the PDF here, or the two pictures about to get your tease for Ivy Bridge.


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