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Saturday, 14 January 2012 11:10

Ivy Bridge quad in April 2012

Written by Fuad Abazovic



Dual in May


Intel’s Core I 3000, the world’s first 22nm processor, will start shipping in April for both desktop and notebook segments.  First to launch is will be a quad-core that will find its way into many desktop and notebook and the dual-core launch will follow roughly a month later.

We don’t know why there is a delay between the two, but it looks like Intel wants to keep the quad and dual launch apart. Since for the most part Intel is competing with itself in the mainstream and high-end market, they are not in any particular rush.

Intel did come a whole quarter with Ivy Bridge, but it doesn’t look that it will hurt them in any way. Ivy Bridge looks to be a strong product for Intel. 

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+2 #1 takethis 2012-01-14 14:19
derp
 
 
0 #2 SlickR 2012-01-15 22:14
AMD are terrible. We are essentially at the mercy of Intel and if they want they can push prices high because right now there is very little competition from AMD and to buy one of their processors means going back 2 generations and settling for a low speed and not that great power consumption.
 
 
-1 #3 thematrix606 2012-01-16 09:37
Quoting SlickR:
AMD are terrible. We are essentially at the mercy of Intel and if they want they can push prices high because right now there is very little competition from AMD and to buy one of their processors means going back 2 generations and settling for a low speed and not that great power consumption.


Actually, I'm pretty happy with Intels pricing atm. They are still very competitive. Although you can now skip 1-2 generations quite easily, I don't mind.

~250 euro for almost the top end of the line? Good overclocking? 40c on load? I'm good with that :)
 

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