VR Zone published details about Intel's Ivy Bridge EP and EX, you can read it over here.
As you all know by now, in about two weeks Intel will be unveiling its first Ivy Bridge 22 nm processors, the new semiconductor process shrink of the Sandy Bridge architecture with lower power and a couple of improvements like better integrated graphics and random number generators, for instance, thrown in. The initial parts will be mainstream desktop then mobile, with the much expected UltraBook range later in early summer.
What about the high end desktop as well as the widely popular dual socket servers and workstations, not to forget the top end quad socket machines? Well, we are likely to wait at least till year-end for Ivy Bridge update to those platforms. And, guess what, there are two major differences there.