Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge B3 Processor

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Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge B3 Processor

Post by Apoptosis » Wed Nov 23, 2011 11:43 am

More images and details have come forth about Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge processor as another Engineering Sample processor has been spotted on the Coolaler Forums. The CPU that is shown on their forums is a 22nm Quad Core B3 stepping processor running clock speeds of 2.0GHz at 1.056V. The site has CPU-Z 1.58 screen shots showing that the processor has 6MB of L3 Cache along with an 65W TDP rating. CPU-z reports the processor at 2407.1MHz in turbo mode on a Gigabyte Z68X-UD7 motherboard with BIOS F9. It also shows the systems dual channel memory running at 2133MHz with impressive CL6 timings! The AIDA64 benchmark results on the memory was 16GB/s read and 13GB/s write. This is great news for all the Intel LGA1155 motherboard owners as this confirms that Ivy Bridge 22nm CPUs will work on existing motherboards.

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Re: Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge B3 Processor

Post by Apoptosis » Mon Nov 28, 2011 6:59 pm

Looks like Coolaler has started to benchmark this processor:
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Re: Intel 22nm Ivy Bridge B3 Processor

Post by gwolfman » Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:58 am

How do these numbers compare to a similarly clocked SNB (Sandy Bridge)?

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