Tuesday, April 05, 2011

Intel will deliver “Ivy Bridge” faster to match “Bulldozer”

It’s not new in our hardware technology that Intel and AMD won’t give up each other to give better hardware especially processor to the consumer. Several months ago we can still remember that both of them doing battle in quad-core processor with Intel Quad-Core and Phenom II X4. Those two processors do their best and quality was great enough for gaming and multitasking or even in rendering detail object.
But now let’s forget about the quad-core processor. Quad-core processor a little bit traditional technology in this era. So now let’s focus on Intel i7 9xx Series with 6 cores and AMD new product that is Bulldozer. This processor also in rumors said that 50% faster than Intel core i7 950. AMD as the rival of Intel will stay in challenge by introducing their new product that is Bulldozer in Desktop Version that will be named Zambezi. And for the beginning, AMD will introduce 4 new processors in one time that come up with 4 until 8 cores. Processor like this will be build use SOI 32nm, 8Mb L3cache feature, support Turbo Clock technology and in Black Series which possible use unlocked multiplier.
Of course by information that shows AMD will release their new processor product, Intel will give resistance too. In the other hand, KitGuru.net publish that Intel in Santa Clara now is still considering develop their Ivy Bridge processor to compete with AMD will be present faster. But, until now Intel in their official website is still now inform to us about their new product.

Ivy Bridge clearly use 2 or 4 processing cores and build with SOI 22nm. This processor also equipped with GPU which is compatible to DirectX 11, and also can handle more than 30% EUs and support up to three monitors in one time and HDMI 1.4a, PCI Express Gen 3 integrated controller and video encoding that has been improved. This processor in rumor can be equipped with motherboard Socket LGA 1155 and will be launched with Panther Point chipset so can handle up to 4 ports USB 3.0


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