Intel Launches Its Next-Gen Processor: Ivy Bridge
Chip maker Intel just unveiled their 3rd-gen processor called Ivy Bridge which promises to deliver a faster and improved performance than its current version Sandy Bridge.
According to a report, the newly launched Ivy Bridge will make use of the 22nm quad-core processor and it should come to Ultrabooks, notebooks, and PCs very shortly.
The new Ivy Bridge is a lot thinner and more energy efficient. The new processor is also equipped with Intel's two security features, Intel OS guard and Intel Secure Key. These new components offer the users an anti-theft and identity protection technology to prevent hacking and identity theft.
Additionally, the new Intel Ivy Bridge processor will feature Intel's HD 4000 graphics paving the way for significantly better graphics compared to its predecessor, Sandy Bridge.
Furthermore, the new Ivy Bridge processor will be able to handle the most recent version of today's most games graphics out of the box with its super high 4K resolution!
Intel has so far released 5 desktop-only Core i5 chips and 8 Core i7 variants for notebooks and PCs.
New computers from partner manufacturers with the already built-in Ivy Bridge processor will be available later in April or in May 2012, according to Intel.