Everything You Need to Know about Ivy Bridge
The Complete Guide to Ivy Bridge
|Intel's third generation Core processors are finally here. Codenamed "Ivy Bridge", these new processors represent the "tick" in Intel’s "tick-tock" strategy, where every “tick” is a shrink in manufacturing process technology used and every "tock" is a completely new microarchitecture. As such, Ivy Bridge is manufactured using the latest 22nm process technology and also boasts a number of other incremental upgrades.
And apart from the new processors, Intel has also announced their new 7-series chipset. The new processors, combined with the new chipset promises to enhance your computing experience, boost productivity and improve overall security of your systems.
In this guide, you will learn everything you need to know about the new Ivy Bridge processors and 7-series chipsets, what kind of performance gains can you expect, just how effective is the new HD Graphics 4000 GPU, what does Ivy Bridge mean for mobile computing and much more. Check out the latest reviews of devices powered by Ivy Bridge processors and also learn more about upcoming Ivy Bridge products.
Reviews and Feature Articles
REVIEW / 02 May 2013 / By Lionell Go Macahilig & Wong Chung Wee
Months after its initial appearance at CeBIT 2013 in Germany, MSI is bringing the Z77A-GD65 Gaming Series motherboard to the Philippines. Learn more about the features, specifications, and performance of this motherboard by reading the full review.
REVIEW / 12 Apr 2013 / By Kevin Bruce Francisco & Leo Boon Yeow
The ASUS Taichi 21 converts from tablet to notebook simply by opening the lid. It's the first time we've seen this form factor on a Windows 8 Ultrabook, so how will it stack up against some of the other Ultrabooks already out in the market? We'll find out.
REVIEW / 05 Mar 2013 / By Lionell Go Macahilig & Leo Boon Yeow
Months after its local launch last year, we finally got our hands on the Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro. Powered by a third generation Intel Core CPU with Windows 8 running and equipped with a keyboard dock, let's find out how it fares against other similar offerings in the market today.
REVIEW / 03 Jan 2013 / By Lionell Go Macahilig & Leo Boon Yeow
A new breed of convertible touchscreen Ultrabook, the Lenovo Yoga offers four usage modes: notebook, stand, tablet, and tent. Is this the ideal convertible Ultrabook? Read on for the verdict.
REVIEW / 21 Dec 2012 / By Martin James David
ASUS brings in the P8Z77-V Deluxe as an additional member to its Intel Z77-based motherboards. Carrying the Deluxe branding, this motherboard packs features which caters to PC enthusiasts and DIY fans. Let's take a closer look to find out what sets this board apart from the competition.
REVIEW / 19 Nov 2012 / By Lionell Go Macahilig & Wong Chung Wee
First seen at Computex 2012, the Z77 MPower is part of a new subseries within MSI's elite family of Big Bang motherboards. Carrying the OC Certified badge, we put to the test this flagship motherboard to find out if it really deserves its status.
Joining The Windows 8 Bandwagon - Samsung All-in-One PC Series 7, ATIV smart PCs, and ATIV S Revealed
FEATURE / 07 Nov 2012 / By Lionell Go Macahilig
With the official release of Microsoft's Windows 8 in the market, do anticipate more devices powered by the new platform to come your way. Joining the party, Samsung rolled out its lineup.
REVIEW / 09 Oct 2012 / By Lionell Go Macahilig
ASUS completes its lineup of Intel Z77-based motherboards under the Republic of Gamers (ROG) label with the Maximus V Extreme. The most expensive offering in the lineup, this motherboard comes with an abundant set of features for real-time hardware monitoring and advanced overclocking.
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