Windows 8 and Ivy Bridge

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Dual-core Ivy Bridge chips are heading out in the market and are residing inside ultrabooks. Will this GPU-centric chip work well with Windows 8 and retain its promised 5 hours battery life?

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Windows 8 and Ivy Bridge

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Ivy Bridge chip will open the floodgates for new desktops and laptops that will be using Windows 8. Intel has clearly announced that Ivy Bridge’s target market is the Windows 8. It has small chip geometries which mean to say it is faster and more power for efficiency and graphic performance. Ivy Bridge will the first mainstream chips for by Intel which emphasize in graphic and multimedia processing. Intel believes that Ivy Bridge chips will give power to Windows 8.

Comparing Ivy Bridge to a Sandy Bridge, both were tested using 17-inch origin gaming laptops. It is believed that Ivy Bridge ran for an additional 12 minutes. 

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