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Intel Ivy Bridge price and date leak

by Alistair Lowe on 29 December 2011, 10:14

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Some interesting information has surfaced in the run-up to the New Year, Taiwanese PC markers are claiming to know details of the upcoming Intel Ivy Bridge processor release, according to DIGITIMES.

Intel is expected to release 25 new models of 22nm Ivy Bridge processors, 17 for the desktop and eight for notebooks and ultrabooks, either on or around April 8th. Model details are as follows:

Desktop CPUs (April 8th)
Core i7-3770K $332
Core i7-3770 $294
Core i7-3770S $294
Core i7-3770T $294
Core i5-3570 -
Core i5-3550 $205
Core i5-3450 $184
Desktop CPUs (May) -
Core i5-3470T $184
Notebook CPUs (April 8th)
Core i7-3920QM $1,096
Core  i7-3820QM $568
Core  i7-3720QM $378
Notebook CPUs (TBA)
Core i5-3520M -
Core i5-3360M -
Core i5-3320M -
Ultrabook CPUs (TBA)
Core i7-3667U -
Core i5-3427U -

Desktop CPUs will be supported by Z77, H77, Z75 and B75 chipsets upon release, with Q77 and Q75 to follow on May 13th; likewise, Notebook CPUs will be supported on release by HM77, UM77, HM76 and HM75 chipsets with QS77 and QM77 also to follow in May. What still remains to be unveiled are details of Intel's Enthusiast line-up, likely with model numbers and prices matching the mobile equivalents such as the Core i7-3920.

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Hmmm, no i5 ‘K’.
Hmmm, no i5 ‘K’.

I have seen it listed in a lot of places - the i5-3570k
Well if there is no i5-k I wouldn't be surprised. They practically have no competition. However I cant see me upgrading from a 2500k for ivy bridge. Not needed as its already fast enough.
I'll certainly be upgrading this time, still using a Core 2 Q6600. But out of those processors which is the 2500K of that series? Will it be the 3570k or 3770k? Need most bang for my buck. And I assume the Z77 Chipset is the one I'll be wanting?
there is table of features of each chipset showing here:

…though the manufacturers might add more themselves of course.