Intel Going to Launch Intel Lvy Bridge

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Intel going to launch its first Intel Lvy Bridge on 23rd April, will this product beneficial for computer users?

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Intel Going to Launch Intel Lvy Bridge

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The “Ivy Bridge” processors will support PCIe 3.0 x16, and come with support for USB 3.0. It's up to hardware manufacturers to determine which of those slot and port technologies individual systems will include,

Intel Ivy Bridge Processor Performance Advantages over Sandy Bridge

Ivy Bridge has Intel’s 22 nanometer (nm) and sandy bridge is 35 nanometer which means it has less power consumption and good computational power .

Intel Ivy Graphics Performance

Sandy Bridge processors has intel HD 3000 integrated graphic but in ivy Bridge processors Intel HD increases to HD4000 Integrated graphics. And  Intel is  now giving 60% performance in graphics of the HD 4000 as compared to HD 3000. The HD 4000 also supports DirectX 11, also AMD and Nvidia offerings.

Battery Consumption

Ivy Bridge has about 19% power savings then the previous one .

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Intel Going to Launch Intel Lvy Bridge

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Ivy Bridge is one of Intel’s next-generation CPU that offers users a cutting-edge performance. Here’s an example of a motherboard that is already integrated with Ivy Bridge, the ECS Z77 Black Extreme Series – Golden Limited Edition. This is the very first edition that fully supports Intel’s Ivy Bridge. This motherboard features triple-thickness gold-plated connectors. It passed the rigorous quality tests that will provide power users the assurance that the gold plating in the board’s connectors won’t wear down after doing some massive hardware upgrades.

This protects the board from the risk of deterioration. This edition of the board is still compatible with early socket 1155 CPUs so that users can easily do an upgrade. It also offers the latest Intel® Z77 chipset as well as the very first type that supports USB 3.0 without requiring some external chips. This all brings down to an excellent performance, dependability, and expandability.

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Intel Going to Launch Intel Lvy Bridge

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Hello guys,

You just shared fantastic answers! Thanks for your concept and I am very much surprised. Sharath, I have heard about the Ivy Bridge before but I was not conversant with its excellent performance not until you shared your comments. Every detail of information you gave me is new and imaginable.

I am surprised that it passed through the rigorous quality test we conducted, as a result it gave us powerful assurance and overall benefits to us. Again, thank you Sharath and techyv for sharing your idea with me.

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