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Posted by on Nov 1, 2012 in Hardware News |

CPUs Intel Ivy Bridge-E will have up to six cores

So far the top-end microprocessors are Core Extreme second generation “Sandy Bridge-E” , released in November last year, and are available in versions with up to six cores , but for next year are expected their successors: the future Ivy Bridge-E.

extreme Intel core Microprocessors third “Ivy Bridge-E” maintain full compatibility with existing socket LGA 2011 platform will bring improvements to performance per cycle, and like the current Sandy Bridge-E will be available in configurations with up to six cores , unlike his older brothers Ivy Bridge-EN and Ivy Bridge-EP, which will have up to 12 cores .

Among its other features are:

  • Made with the 22nm manufacturing process Tri-Gate.
  • Four to six cores.
  • Up to 15MB cache.
  • DDR3 memory controller integrated channel-1866 Quad.
  • Quad Rank memory support (modules with 32 memory chips).
  • Full support for PCIe 3.0 in multi-GPU to 4-Way SLI / CrossFireX .
  • TDP of up to 130W.

Link: Features of Ivy Bridge-E processors (CPU-World)

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