Intel Ivy Bridge Reviews Roundup
Posted on: 04/23/2012 07:51 PM
Here a roundup of today's Ivy Bridge reviews from HCW, TweakTown, HotHardware, PC Perspective, Phoronix, OC3D, Missing Remote, Hardware Secrets, HardwareHeaven, Hardware Canucks, Techspot, Vortez, OCC, Guru3D, Tom's Hardware, HardOCP, Anandtech, Bjorn3D, The Inquirer, ComputerBase, Golem, Hardwareluxx, and PC Games Hardware
Intel Core i7 3770K Ivy Bridge Review @ HCW
Intel has unveiled the Core i7 3770K Unlocked CPU as part of their overall unveiling of Ivy Bridge. Check out our Core i7 3770K Review!Read moreIntel Core i7 3770k (LGA 1155) Ivy Bridge CPU Review @ TweakTown
Intel's Ivy Bridge platform officially launches today and we check out the brand new Core i7 3770k from Intel in our full review.Read moreIntel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge Processor Review @ HotHardware.com
One of the great things about Intel's "Tick, Tock" release cadence is that it gives us all an early glimpse into the company's future plans and potential product offerings, especially since they've been able to execute so well over the last few years. Seeing Conroe eventually evolve into Penryn, and Nehalem into Westmere has given us all an idea as to what to expect with today's official launch of Ivy Bridge, the "Tick" to Sandy Bridge's "Tock", otherwise known as Intel's 3rd Generation Core Processor family. Of course, if you haven't stayed on top of Intel's plans since announcing their "Tick, Tock" model, you could have just read the myriad of leaks that have plagued this launch, but that's a discussion for another day.Read moreIntel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge LGA1155 Processor Review @ Pc Perspective
Today is all about Ivy Bridge and its official launch in both desktop and mobile flavors. We have had Intel's flagship Ivy Bridge-based Core i7-3770K desktop processor humming along in the lab for a while now and have the full scoop on microarchitecture and the new capabilities it brings to Intel's processor line-up available here...
Because of this long-tail release of a CPU, we already know quite a bit about Ivy Bridge, the new 22nm processor architecture from Intel to be rebranded as the 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor Family. Ivy Bridge is the "tick" that brings a completely new process technology node as we have seen over the last several years but this CPU does more than take the CPU from 32nm to 22nm. Both the x86 and the processor graphics portions of the die have some changes though the majority fall with the GPU.Read moreIntel Core i7 3770K Ivy Bridge Linux Performance @ Phoronix
Intel is finally announcing the first Ivy Bridge processors this morning. I have been extensively testing out the Intel Core i7 3770K, the current high-end Ivy Bridge processor, for the past few weeks under Ubuntu Linux. I have been extremely pleased with the Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor under Linux with its phenomenal performance, power efficiency, and new features. This article is the first of many looking at the Linux performance of the new Intel Ivy Bridge processors.Read moreGigabyte Z77X-UD5H Review @ OC3D
With the heavy trimming that their range has got, the Gigabyte UD5 is expected to be the top-end product in their Z77 range. Does it live up to the title?Read more Intel Core i7-3720QM Ivy Bridge Mobile Processor Review @ HotHardware
You might say Intel has been absolutely killing it as of late. Whether you consider their recent earnings announcement beating Wall Street's expectations, the Ultrabook craze, their re-entrance into the handset arena with their Medfield platform, or the proliferation of their 2nd generation Core i7 Sandy Bridge processor in the market; it's perfectly clear the company is in an execution groove that will fuel both their own growth as well as industry growth for some time to come.Read moreIntel DZ77GA-70K and Core i7-3770K Review @ OC3D
As if that weren't enough, the company is obviously champing at the bit for the launch of their 3rd generation Core series processor known by the code name Ivy Bridge. From full-on leaks of NDA classified information and performance results, to the official, blessed unveiling of Intel's companion 7 Series chipset platform, it's as if we've been hearing about Ivy Bridge for what seems like an eternity.
In any event, today is the day that Intel's long rumored and hyped Ivy Bridge 3rd Generation Core processors get real and we've got the full lowdown for you here.
Overclock3D have just published a new article titled: Intel DZ77 GA-70K and Core i7-3770K Review. The wait is finally over and Intel's 3rd Generation CPUs are upon us. How does it stack up to the current LGA1155s?Read more Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge CPU and DZ77GA-70K Motherboard Review @ MissingRemote
Last year Intel’s Sandy Bridge “TOCK” married the graphics processing unit (GPU) and CPU on the same die, making it a first class citizen in the system and introduced a true integrated processor graphics (IPG) solution. With HD audio bit steaming introduced in the previous generation, full hardware acceleration of VC-1, AVC (H.264), MPEG2 as well as 3D Blu-ray (MVC) and reasonable refresh rate accuracy already offered; Ivy Bridge’s 22nm die-shrinking “TICK” could have easily rested only on improved process technology for frequency gains or power efficiency, but instead promises a little bit of raw performance with significant reductions in consumption. Most importantly for the home theater PC (HTPC) enthusiast significant improvements to the GPU are also included - offering greater flexibility in playback software selection as well as improvements to the existing media consumption experience.Read moreCore i7-3770K vs. AMD FX-8150 and Core i7-2600K CPU Review @ Hardware Secrets
Ivy Bridge is the codename for the third generation of Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors from Intel, manufactured using the new 22 nm process. For the desktop market, five CPUs are being announced today: the Core i7-3370K, the Core i7-3370, the Core i5-3570K, the Core i5-3550, and the Core i5-3450. Let's take a look at the Core i7-3370K and compare it to its main competitor, the AMD FX-8150, and also with a second-generation Core i7 ("Sandy Bridge"), the Core i7-2600K.Read moreIntel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge Launch Review @ HardwareHeaven.com
Today Intel launch their CPU range and we are combining the i7-3770K with Gigabytes rather impressive looking G1.Sniper 3 and G1.Sniper M3 to find out if these components can make the ultimate Ivy Bridge System. Testing will of course include synthetic and real world, with the likes of 3DMark 11 and Battlefield 3 making an appearance with the GeForce GTX 680.Read moreIntel i7-3720QM Review; Ivy Bridge Goes Mobile @ Hardware Canucks
With such a big deal being made about the introduction of Intel's Ivy Bridge lineup on the desktop side, their new mobile chips deserve a chance in the spotlight as well. In this review, we take a closer look at the new i7-3720QM notebook processor which promises to be a significant step forward for the mobile product space. Read moreIntel i7 3770K Ivy Bridge CPU Review @ Hardware Canucks
Today, Intel is officially unveiling Ivy Bridge, and it is a significant launch. Not only is Ivy Bridge manufactured on the brand new 22nm manufacturing process but it also features some worthwhile microarchitectural changes. The 3770K is currently the pinnacle of the Ivy Bridge desktop lineup and looks like a perfect successor to the Sandy Bridge architecture. Read moreTesting Ivy Bridge: Intel Core i7-3770K Reviewed @ Techspot
Today the company is unveiling its full new line of Core i7 and Core i5 processors, accompanying chipsets and Centrino wireless options. Ivy Bridge is a 'tick' release, but Intel is calling it a tick+ due to the more significant overhaul the graphics side of things is getting. The new chips are set to provide 20–50% better GPU performance over Sandy Bridge, the kind of jump we'd normally expect from a tock release.Read moreIntel Ivy Bridge Core i5 3570K & Core i7 3770K Review @ Vortez
Having already discussed the new Tri-Gate transistors in great detail, the new 7-series chipsets, and some of the motherboards that use them, we are going to focus primarily on the Core i7-3770K processor in this review.
Today Intel launch their 3rd Generation of processors codenamed Ivy Bridge. We take a look at the Core i5 3570K and Core i7 3770K CPUs.Read more Intel Third Generation Core i7 3770K Review @ OCC
Is Ivy Bridge all it's cracked up to be and well worth the wait? It seems so. With measurable performance improvement in just about every benchmark, it's hard to make a case for sticking with a Second Generation Core series processor for a new build. With performance improvements anywhere between 3 and 10+%, it's just simple math when you look at the price point between the $313 Third Generation Core i7 3770K and $339 Second Generation Core i7 2600K.Read moreCore i7 3770K & 3750 & Z77 reviews @ Guru3D
We review the Core i7 3770K and 3750 Ivy bridge processors alongside Intel's Z77 DZ77GA-70K motherboard. Will Ivy Bridge be the processor series everything you expected? Performance wise the all new Ivy Bridge series is not going to stun and shock like the Sandy Bridge series did. In fact clock for clock it is all roughly the very same, with a +0.8% performance offset in favor of Ivy Bridge.Read moreIntel Core i7-3770K im Test: Wie Sandy Bridge, nur etwas mehr @ Tom's Hardware
However -- with Ivy Bridge comes increased overclockability, the platform comes with native USB 3.0, we get PCIe Gen 3 for the fastest graphics cards and overall just a really fast processor series.
Ivy Bridge, der Die-Shrink von Sandy Bridge mit verbesserter GPU, zählt zu Intels am schlechtesten gehüteten Geheimnissen. Das Flaggschiff Core i7-3770K ist ein starker Prozessor - wenn nicht schon ein aktueller Core i7 im System steckt.Mehr zum ThemaOpenCL in Aktion: Programme zur Videonachbearbeitung beschleunigtRead moreIntel Core i7-3770K Review: A Small Step Up From Sandy Bridge @ Tom's Hardware
One of Intel's worst-kept secrets ever, Ivy Bridge is an evolutionary die shrink of Sandy Bridge with improved integrated graphics. The flagship Core i7-3770K is great if you're replacing an old PC. But it's a tough sell if you already own a Core i7 CPU.Read moreIntel Ivy Bridge Processor IPC and Overclocking Review @ HardOCP
The new Ivy Bridge processor has already been well covered across the Internet due to leaks of Intel parts into review sites' hands. So at this point there is little to tell in all honesty. But today we work to tell you what you most likely already know; Ivy Bridge looks to be a very solid product but offers little in the way of an upgrade from Sandy Bridge.Read moreUndervolting and Overclocking on Ivy Bridge @ Anandtech
In the past, overclocking a processor for free performance involved taking a cheap model and pushing it past the top end model. In the land of Intel, overclocking by any significant margin has been limited to the more expensive processors – with Sandy Bridge is was common so see a 3.4 GHz processor overclocked to 4.6 GHz with very little effort for those with overclocking experience.Read moreIntel Core i7 3770K (Ivy Bridge) @ Bjorn3D
However, Ivy Bridge is now released and behaves differently to Sandy Bridge, in perhaps a couple of alarming ways that we think you should know about. We always want to be thorough here at AnandTech with our analysis, so this article is all about our results from Ivy Bridge overclocking – especially in terms of what to look out for. Ivy Bridge overclocking is a different beast to Sandy Bridge, so we want to make sure there are several clear correlations implanted in a users mind when it comes to a stable Ivy Bridge overclock. For our other readers, we also have some notes regarding some undervolting results on Ivy Bridge.
The Ivy Bridge promises higher performance per watt over Sandy Bridge on both the CPU and GPU front. Built with tri-gate 3D transistors on a 22nm die, how much performance should we expect from the new CPU?Read moreIntel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3770K review @ The Inquirer
Tri-gate transistors deliver a minor speed bumpRead moreTest: Intel „Ivy Bridge“ @ ComputerBase
Mit dem heutigen Tag leitet Intel offiziell die nächste Generation im Prozessorsegment ein. Doch „Ivy Bridge“ ist nicht einfach nur ein neuer Prozessor, noch viel wichtiger ist die neue revolutionäre Fertigungstechnik, auf der dieser Neuling als erste Ware im Handel basiert. Denn „Ivy Bridge“ an sich ist im einfachsten Sinne lediglich ein optimierter Refresh auf Basis der gleichen Architektur wie „Sandy Bridge“. Doch wie so oft ist es nicht so einfach, wie es auf den ersten Blick erscheint.Read moreGrafik von Ivy Bridge beeindruckt, CPU-Verbesserungen nicht @ Golem
Mit dem Core i7-3770K schickt Intel schon die dritte Generation der Core-Prozessoren in den Markt. Trotz eines Wechsels der Strukturbreite auf 22 Nanometer sind die CPUs ohne Last kaum sparsamer - dafür gibt es einen deutlich schnelleren Grafikkern. Read moreIvy Bridge im Test: Intel Core i7-3770K und alle i5-Modelle @ Hardwareluxx
Der Tick ist da: Intel stellt am heutigen Tag die neuen Ivy-Bridge-Prozessoren vor. Insgesamt handelt es sich um 14 neue Modelle im Desktop- und Notebook-Bereich, hinzu kommen acht Chipsätze, die teilweise schon vorgestellt worden sind, und fünf Wireless-Optionen. In diesem Test schauen wir uns die Desktop-Prozessoren genauer an, während wir in einem zweiten Review eine Mobile-CPU unter die Lupe nehmen.Read moreIvy Bridge im Test: Core i7-3770K, Core i5-3570K und Core i5-3550 unter der Lupe @ PC Games Hardware
Mit dem Test von Ivy Bridge fühlt PC Games Hardware der dritten-Generation der Core-Prozessoren auf das Die: Was leisten der Core i7-3770K und der Core i5-3570K, wie sparsam sind die im 22-Nanometer-Verfahren gefertigten Chips? Zudem untersuchen wir die Leistung, Bildqualität sowie Kompatibilität der integrierten HD Graphics 4000 und HD Graphics 2500 mit DX11-Fähigkeit. Read more