Intel has officially released slide presentations of its upcoming 3rd Generation microprocessors codenamed Ivy Bridge. The slides reveal that Intel’s Core i 3000 Series processors which would be feature a 22nm Core Architecture would deliver up to 25% better performance in desktop applications and up to 199% improvements in graphics intensive apps compared to the Sandy Bridge Processors (LGA-1155).
NVIDIA has officially announced the launch of its new GF-110 (Fermi) based Geforce GTX 560Ti. What’s new about this 560Ti? Its based on the GF-110 Core and features 448 Cuda cores and would only be available in specific markets which include North America and Europe.
Intel is preparing to launch its 3rd Generation Ivy bridge processors in Q2 2012 and details are already starting to pop up. Recently, We detailed an Quad Core ES Sample Ivy Bridge chip which was acquired and benchmarked by the guys over at Asian forum Coolaler. The Quad Core Sample has been tested yet once again and this time pitted against its Sandy Bridge (LGA-1155) competitor Core i5 2500K.
Intel’s upcoming 22nm Ivy Bridge lineup specs have been detailed and exposed. A total of 18 processors have been leaked which include the 3rd Generation Core i7/Core i5 CPU’s. Ivy Bridge platform is expected to arrive in March-April 2012.
AMD is all set to enter the ram market after unveiling its new Radeon-branded Memory modules which would be launched soon. The DDR3 Memory modules are designed by leading memory manufacturer ”Patriot Memory“, would be available in the following in 2GB/4GB/8GB kits and would fall under these categories:
Roadmap detailing Nvidia’s Upcoming Kepler based Geforce GPU’s has been leaked. The roadmap reveals details on specs and release dates of the Kepler based 28nm chips.
- Gk110 : Dual Chip GK104 × 2, supports PCI Express Gen.3
- Gk104 : Performance GPU, supports PCI Express Gen.3
- Gk106 : Mainstream GPU, supports PCI Express Gen.3
- Gk107 : Entry GPU , supports PCI Express Gen.2
A few benchmarks of Intel’s Upcoming Xeon E5 Server Chip “E5-2687W” codenamed Sandy Bridge-EP have been posted by OBR. Intel has already launched the Desktop models of its High End Sandy Bridge-E Platform, The Server based chips Xeon E5 (Sandy Bridge-EP) would officially be released in early 2012.