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Acer Announces Ivy Bridge-Based Desktops

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Acer's first desktop PCs with the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processors will be available immediately in several configurations ranging in price from $699.99 to $1,199.99. Both Acer and Gateway-branded desktop PCs will be equipped with the new processors. Below are… Go To Full Article

COM Express Modules With Brand-New, Quad-Core 3rd Gen. Intel Core Processors Released

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MSC Vertriebs GmbH presents the first COM Express modules based on the 3rd generation Intel Core processor family (formerly codenamed 'Ivy Bridge'). The 3rd generation Intel Core processor family utilizes Intel's advanced 22nm process technology with three-dimensional transistors for higher… Go To Full Article

MSI Tops Gaming Benchmarks with its NVIDIA GTX 670M and Intel HM77-Equipped Notebooks

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MSI Computer Corp, a leading manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions, uncages the GT70 and GT60, two mobile gaming beasts featuring Intel HM77 Chipset, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M graphics processing unit (GPU), Killer™ E2200 Game Networking, Steel Series backlit… Go To Full Article

Intel's Ivy Bridge: An HTPC Perspective

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Towards the end of June 2011, we saw AMD trying to create a HTPC friendly solution in the Llano series. By pairing a GPU with the CPU in the same die, users could obtain HTPC functionality (hardware decode and video… Go To Full Article

Intel Ivy Bridge Processor IPC and Overclocking Review

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The new Ivy Bridge processor has already been well covered across the Internet due to leaks of Intel parts into review sites' hands. So at this point there is little to tell in all honesty. But today we work to… Go To Full Article

NVIDIA: there's nothing 'Ultra' about Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks unless you add Kepler

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This is a vaguely awkward message for NVIDIA to be putting out. On one hand, the company is best buddies with Intel and is hoping to see its next-gen GPUs bundled with a large portion of the Ivy Bridge notebooks… Go To Full Article

Undervolting and Overclocking on Ivy Bridge

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In the past, overclocking a processor for ‘free’ performance involved taking a cheap model and pushing it past the top end model. In the land of Intel, overclocking by any significant margin has been limited to the more expensive processors… Go To Full Article

Mobile Ivy Bridge and ASUS N56VM Preview

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Intel is firing a massive artillery barrage at its competition today with the release of desktop and mobile Ivy Bridge processors. Last year’s Sandy Bridge gave Intel a huge lead in the performance segment of the market, a lead that… Go To Full Article

The Intel Ivy Bridge (Core i7 3770K) Review

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The times, they are changing. In fact, the times have already changed, we're just waiting for the results. I remember the first time Intel brought me into a hotel room to show me their answer to AMD's Athlon 64 FX—the… Go To Full Article

Transform in Style with the New ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T

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Announced at Mobile World Congress in February, the new ASUS Transformer Pad is a powerful, yet affordable, tablet with a host of features onboard. Available in three stylish colors, the ASUS Transformer Pad is aptly named thanks to the mobile… Go To Full Article

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