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Report: Intel to launch Ivy Bridge on April 8

The first processors are apparently lined up for an April 8 launch. Digitimes reports that Intel will introduce 17 desktop CPUs and eight notebook CPUs that day.

According to the post, the company will launch the quad-core desktop processors Core i7-3770K, 3770, 3770S, 3770T, as well as Core i5-3570, 3550 and 3450 with tray prices between $184 and $332. The Core i5-3470T is scheduled for May and at $184, Digitimes wrote. The desktop CPUs will be complemented by the Z77, H77, Z75 and B75 chipsets initially, while the Q77 and Q75 will launch on May 13.

On the notebook side, the publication highlighted the Core i7-3920QM, 3820QM and 3720QM, which will be spearheading the mobile portfolio with tray prices of $1096, $568 and $378, respectively. Mainstream versions, including Core i5-3520M, 3360M, 3320M and the ultrabook CPUs Core i7-3667U and Core i5-3427U will be unveiled "later". The mobile chipset lineup will include the HM77, UM77, HM76 and HM75 in April and the QS77 and QM77 in May.

Intel declined to comment on the report.

  • Inferno1217
    Can't wait to see how the mobile chips stack up. AMD has more time now to fix Bulldozer and get the Piledriver chips competitive.
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  • admir00
    frozoniccome on...april 8?? this is because AMD and their lack of competitive CPUs they have....
    yup
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  • beayn
    Great, I just ordered my 2600k :(
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  • memadmax
    frozoniccome on...april 8?? this is because AMD and their lack of competitive CPUs they have....
    Have some patience.... I'm sure your 3960x is so obsolete by now that it just dogs down when its running solitaire.....................................
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  • amuffin
    Today is great day to be 1155 user! ;)
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  • Haserath
    memadmaxHave some patience.... I'm sure your 3960x is so obsolete by now that it just dogs down when its running solitaire.....................................Ikr. Every time a new processor is released, the older stuff just gets slower! :sarcastic:
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  • g4114rd0
    the Rain & ThunderBottleneck Blues isn't bad by any means..but largely instrumental....Obviously.


    is hitting the hops KunFusion Family.
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  • technoholic
    So no more i3?
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  • kcorp2003
    I remember reading somewhere that the introduction of ivy bridge will phase out the dual cores and make the quad cores mainstream while the 8 cores will be the "new" high end.

    The i7-3770k will be an interesting benchmark review against the extreme sandy bridge CPUs and i7-2600k. I am looking forward to this tom.
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  • nikorr
    HaserathIkr. Every time a new processor is released, the older stuff just gets slower!And older : )
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