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Intel's Sandy Bridge Architecture Exposed
Sandy Bridge is Intelís 2011 performance mainstream architecture refresh. It wonít take the place of the 6-core Gulftown based Core i7 processors at the top of the charts, but itíll occupy the competitive space below it. The value segments wonít see Sandy Bridge until 2012.
The first CPUs will ship very early in 2011 for both desktops and notebooks. The architecture discussion we have here today applies to both. The CPUs wonít be called Sandy Bridge but instead will be called Intelís 2nd generation Core i3/i5/i7 microrpocessors.
The CPUs will require a new socket (LGA-1155) and all new motherboards based on Intelís forthcoming 6-series chipsets.
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