Several tests find Ivy Bridge processors to run much hotter than second-generation Sandy Bridge chips when significantly overclocked.
The 22-nanometer 3D transistor chips replace Intel's previous Sandy Bridge processors, and will likely make it into upcoming Mac model refreshes when the time comes. The Ivy Bridge processors will be available in 13 different quad-c... Read Post
AnandTech reports that Intel has announced that its next-generation processor code-named Ivy Bridge will offer lower-power quad-core chips than the current generation of Sandy Bridge chips. In particular, Intel has revealed that it ... Read Post