Ivy Bridge

Maingear teases Ivy Bridge upgrades galore

Maingear teases Ivy Bridge upgrades galore

Today there's a virtual torrent of 3rd Generation Intel Core news coming down, and the Ivy Bridge family has been tipped on everybody who's anybody in the computer manufacturing world - including Maingear! What we're seeing from this desktop making bunch is several teasers for their upcoming Ivy Bridge-toting computer including "all new smaller designs with 360 degree clean aesthetics." Always nice to hear from a desktop computer company.

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MSI GT70 gaming laptop with Ivy Bridge available now

MSI GT70 gaming laptop with Ivy Bridge available now

If you can't wait to get your hands on Intel's 3rd-generation Core processors for some gaming action, you'll definitely want to check out the MSI GT70. The 17-inch laptop is shipping now from online retailers like ExcaliburPC, complete with Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors and an NVIDIA GTX670M GPU. Pre-configured models start in the $1,500 range and go as high as $2,500 for the more well-equipped versions, depending upon the hardware included. Stock is already running low, so if you want one, get an order in fast!

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Intel integrated HD Graphics 4000 doubles gaming power

Intel integrated HD Graphics 4000 doubles gaming power

A slew of new Ivy Bridge processors isn't the only thing Intel is announcing today. Slipped into the announcement of its third-generation Core architecture was the mention of the HD 4000 series of integrated graphics cards, which will replace the standard graphics currently on a huge assortment of laptops and desktops. According to Intel, the new integrated graphics chips will deliver up to double performance from the 3000 series, an impressive claim and a necessary advancement as Ultrabooks (most of which use Intel's HD graphics) become a more popular PC segment.

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Intel Ivy Bridge brings ‘tick-plus’ architecture

Intel Ivy Bridge brings ‘tick-plus’ architecture

Today Intel is busting open bottles of champagne as they release officially their 3rd generation Intel Core processors, aka Ivy Bridge, and they've detailed why these chips are going to blow our minds with the term "Tick-Plus." This new three-dimensional structure for their new transistors will take on the common method of construction today - 2D. The third dimension here, says Intel, will bring not just increased transistor density, but functionality as a result - "more capabilities [in] every square millimeter" to get your engine revving!

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Intel 3rd Gen Core Ivy Bridge processors official

Intel 3rd Gen Core Ivy Bridge processors official

Intel has officially launched its 3rd-gen Core processor line-up, based on 22nm Ivy Bridge architecture, for a 20-percent performance boost while using 20-percent less power than last-gen Sandy Bridge chips. The new Core chips are built using 3D Tri-Gate transistor architecture, and include a new on-processor HD Graphics 4000 GPU for up to twice the HD media and 3D graphics performance. Finally, there are new security features for home and enterprise users.

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Acer Ivy Bridge lineup brings all shapes and prices

Acer Ivy Bridge lineup brings all shapes and prices

The folks at Acer are wasting no time at all pushing out several desktop model computers with Intel's newly announced 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors otherwise known as Ivy Bridge. Included in this lineup are several additions to Acer's Predator AG3620 desktop line as well as Gateway DX4860-UR14P. You're about to see power contained in no less than the most wild looking factory-made setups in the history of desktop - believe it!

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Intel 3rd-gen Core Ivy Bridge processors launch today

Intel 3rd-gen Core Ivy Bridge processors launch today

Intel's new Ivy Bridge third-gen Core processors have been officially detailed, beginning with quadcore assault on the high-end laptop and desktop market, and with dualcore and ultrabook versions following this spring. Thirteen new chips are in the initial line-up, Intel told the BBC, built on 22nm processes using 3D Tri-Gate transistors for what the company claims will be significant performance increases along with a reduction in power consumption.

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