Intel shows off one of the first Ivy Bridge systems:
This video was shot inside the Intel headquarters demo labs during preparation for the first public demonstration of a laptop, desktop and server running microprocessors built with Intel's reinvented transistors. These new, smaller 22-nanometer transistors hae been built with a novel 3-D design that significantly increases each transitor's current flow. The better the flow, the better the performance.
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Re: Intel demonstrates Ivy Bridge system (video) by Anonymous on Thursday, May 05 2011 @ 03:03:36 CEST
Yes but the world wants to know if we can drop a Ivy CPU into a Sandy Bridge notebook :) before we buy Sandy bridge!