The Baby Canyon NUCs were leaked in July 2016, and Intel officially launched the units at CES 2017. The first-generation NUCs based on Ivy Bridge had a SKU with Thunderbolt support. However, Thunderbolt went missing till it came back in the Skull Canyon NUC (NUC6i7KYK) last year. Show More Summary
The last time we got a chance to try out the Acer Aspire S7, it was back in 2013. At the time it was a big step up from Acer, and the Ivy Bridge based S7 came with one of the slimmest and lightest bodies of that era. That was 2013. In 2015, the competition in the Ultrabook space has not sat idly by. Show More Summary
Marine Panel PC with Intel Ivy Bridge Celeron CPU Processor, 1.40 GHz, VGA, DVI, Audio, Gigabit LANs, Serial Ports and USB 2.0 Ports - SMM 2014, Stand B6/326 The
Nehalem. Sandy Bridge. Ivy Bridge. Haswell. Year after year, Intel has produced ever more capable, more efficient CPU architectures with relentless pace. The strategy's known as the "tick-tock" model. A new architecture is released with...Show More Summary
Looking for a new computer? Those shopping for a new Intel-powered laptop or desktop need to know the differences between the last and the latest generation of Intel processors. As with previous generations, Intel maintains a “tick” and “tock” update cycle of its CPU technology. Show More Summary
Desktop and mobile device prices on slightly older hardware remain quite good this year. In particular, Intel’s last generation of processor, Ivy Bridge, remains at hot sale prices for most of its devices. Also steeply discounted this week is a Chromebook and a smattering of desktop computers. Show More Summary
Rewind back to the launch of Intel’s 3rd generation processor, Ivy Bridge. Enthusiasts and gamers who overclock the top end model were a little disappointed with the maximum CPU frequency that could be achieved. What used to be a 5.0-5.2...Show More Summary
Meet the new Xeon E7 v2, codenamed "Ivy Bridge EX". We've had the new processors in our labs for the past few weeks putting them to the test, using the latest Intel "Brickland" server platform that features support for up to 60 cores / 120 threads in one quad-socket server. Join us as we see what the platform can do in the IT segment.
The Next Unit of Computing (NUC) from Intel is becoming a part of the PC roadmap like never before. Anand reviewed the first generation of the NUC, the DC3217BY, featuring a dual core Ivy Bridge ULV CPU (Core i3 3217U, 17W TDP, 1.8 GHz, HD 4000). Show More Summary
Servers that support higher inlet temperatures could significantly reduce or even eliminate the cooling costs of the data center. We received the 2U supermicro 6027R-73DARF that supports the latest Xeon E5-2600 V2 (Ivy Bridge EP) processors. Show More Summary
There hasn’t been much talk about the Mac mini. The last time it was refreshed was back in October 2012, when it came with Intel Ivy Bridge processors and the option to upgrade RAM up to 16GB. Mac mini happens to be the only product in Apple’s Mac lineup that wasn’t updated in 2013. Show More Summary
Notebooks weren’t the only thing on display – along with a couple desktops sporting MSI GPUs, MSI also had a couple of all-in-one touchscreen PCs on display. One is already shipping, with a previous generation Ivy Bridge CPU and a Radeon HD 8970M dGPU paired with a 27” anti-glare 1080p display. Show More Summary
Axiomtek earnestly presents a high-performance fanless embedded system with third generation Intel Core processor (Intel Ivy Bridge); the eBOX660-872-FL.
The company unveiled the IRU IRU 1405TW ultrabook with a 14-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768pixels. Ultrabook is powered by the family of Ivy Bridge Intel Core i5-3337U reduced energopotrebleniemi running Windows 8.Show More Summary
The company introduced a new model IRU ultrabook - IRU 1405TW with 14-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels. Novelty is equipped with a powerful processor family Ivy Bridge - Intel Core i5-3337U with low power consumption. Show More Summary
There's been a lot of talk about power and energy usage by PCs lately, especially ones on battery. I use an irresponsibly power hungry desktop at home, an Ivy Bridge Intel Lenovo X1 Carbon Touch for work, and a Surface 2 for email, remote desktop (RDP), videos, games and airplane stuff since I don't sweat its battery. Show More Summary
Researchers Can Slip an Undetectable Trojan into Intel’s Ivy Bridge CPUs (Ars Technica) — The exploit works by severely reducing the amount of entropy the RNG normally uses, from 128 bits to 32 bits. The hack is similar to stacking ...
New technique bakes super stealthy hardware trojans into chip silicon.
Intel is looking to loosen ARM’s grip on the mobile market with Haswell, the recently unveiled successor to its hugely popular Ivy Bridge architecture. The company says that Haswell chips are smaller, faster and consume less energy – three major … Continue reading ?
XC30 "Cascade" and CS300 cluster systems get a big bump in cores, performance.