Laptop Mag’s Michael A. Prospero put Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge through a battery of Benchmark tests and revealed the processor is certainly robust at a “mere” 22 nanometers:
It’s not a huge leap, but the performance gains we saw in our Ivy Bridge test system–with comparable battery life–makes this a strong follow-up to the previous generation of Intel Core processors. We’re really looking forward to testng slimmer and sleeker Ultrabooks with Intel’s powerful third-generation Core chip inside.
- Intel officially launches 22nm Ivy Bridge processors, will likely add improved A/V, USB 3.0, more to future Macs (9to5mac.com)
- The next Macs will likely have one of these Intel Ivy Bridge processors, due in a month (9to5mac.com)
- Ivy Bridge launching April 23 as next-gen Thunderbolt ships, likely to land in next Macs (9to5mac.com)