It's been a long time coming, folks, and just this Monday Intel finally launched its 3rd Generation Core processors that are based on the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture. We took a good look at the range-topping Core i7-3770K chip and followed that by serving up the much-anticipated Core i5-3570K.
You'll be able to purchase these processors from Monday April 30 at roughly the same prices as the equivalent Sandy Bridge parts. You've had plenty to say about Intel's newest, shiniest technology but, after the dust has settled, has your opinion changed any?
The QOTW is disarmingly simple: will you be buying an Intel 3rd Generation Core processor? Feel free to expand upon your answer with a diatribe or two - we're always keen to read well-reasoned invective - and do let us know how the Ivy Bridge reality correlates with your pre-review assumptions and expectations.