Ivy Bridge release date with Z77, Z75 and H77 chipsets

The blue intelligence creator, Intel announced in a recent spotted report, that the new 22nm processor Ivy Bridge will be released in the next March 2012.

The new series will use the same architecture of the current generation the Sandy bridge, which is yet released and found big success, the Ivy Bridge will come up using the new 22nm process technology and will promise a low power consumption leading to a low heating and a high overclocking potential with a low heating.

What's new feature in the Evy Bridge line, is the add of the DirectX 11 support, OpenGL 3.1 support to the integrated on one die graphic chip, updating the integrated PCI-E controller to support faster transfer rate to meet the PCI Express 3.0 standard, in addition to minor improvements, the nice news is that the next Evy Bridge line will support the Socket LGA 1155, so it will be compatible with the current Cougar Point chipsets (Intel 6 series).


The TDP for desktop are 77,65,55,45 or 35W, and for mobile devices the Ivy Bridge will use a variable TDP design that make the processor has a low TDP enhancement and compared to the 32nm Sandy Bridge, also thanks to the 22nm process used.

In the same release date of the Ivy Bridge processors, Intel will also release new chipset line including the Z77, Z75 and H77 chipsets PCH controllers.
Ivy Bridge release date with Z77, Z75 and H77 chipsets Ivy Bridge release date with Z77, Z75 and H77 chipsets Reviewed by Maherr Live on Monday, October 24, 2011 Rating: 5