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Posted by on Sep 19, 2012 in Hardware News |

Ivy Bridge vs Sandy Bridge: Performance and consumption per cycle

Ivy Bridge vs Sandy Bridge: Performance and consumption per cycle

IXBT Labs Since we get a couple of interesting reviews, where face second-Core microprocessors (Sandy Bridge) and third (Ivy Bridge) generation, operating at the same frequency and under a different battery of tests to analyze their by (TDP) and consumption.

For this analysis the following microprocessors used:

  • Core i7-875K (first generation “Nehalem”).
  • Core i5-2400 (second-generation Core “Sandy Bridge-DT”).
  • Core i7-2600K (second-generation Core “Sandy Bridge-DT”).
  • Core i7-2700K (second-generation Core “Sandy Bridge-DT”).
  • Core i5-3450 (third-generation Core “Ivy Bridge-DT”).
  • Core i7-3770K (third generation Core “Ivy Bridge-DT”).

Without further ado, here are some of their test:

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Note: In consumer tests used the integrated graphics of the CPU, so that the measurements include the combined use of both units and are not entirely comparable (for that would be required to disable the IGP and use a dedicated graphics).

We recommend reading the full reviews on the website of iXBT Labs

Links:
Consumed Power, Energy Consumption: Ivy Bridge vs. Sandy Bridge (iXBT Labs)
Intel Core Generations Comparison (iXBT Labs)

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