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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Not restricted to older parts.
No more gooey TIM, leaked pic shows.
US retailer claims stock in-hand.
Got a K-series chip? Get a Z87 motherboard.
Zotac's new mini-PC is truly tiny, but that doesn't mean it can't compete with the heavyweights.
Fills in the top and bottom nicely.
No Turbo Boost adjustments on non-K parts.
This kit allows you to safely water-cool your Ivy Bridge CPU without its heatspreader.
Zotac crams an Ivy Bridge CPU into its latest mini-PC. Is it the perfect media companion?
Haswell-targeted release brings better performance.
7W Ivy Bridge, new Atom, Haswell hints.
Ultra-low power chips heading to tablets.
Promises 22nm tri-gate SoCs next year.
Ultra low power chips tipped for tablet devices.
Ivy Bridge is now available for less than £100 - we check out whether the Core i3-3220 is worth the cash
Discontinues wide range of chips - including an Ivy Bridge part.
AMD's SeaMicro division has launched the SM15000, a server with Ivy Bridge support.
Gigabyte has launched an overclocking competition, with unreleased Ivy Bridge boards the prize.
Intel has released slides claiming that research has begun on 10nm and below process nodes.
The Raspberry Pi looks to be at the forefront of an impending flood of compact computing devices.
Does the Intel Core i5-3570K offer Ivy Bridge overclocking for a reasonable price tag? We find out.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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