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I thought:
23rd = Press and NDA Release
29th = Shipping

They moved the launch to 23rd, same day as NDA, thread around here somewhere... I don't think some sources noticed this. It's kepler launch all over again, reviews were posted the exact same time sites started listing them.

If it is indeed the 29th, I will be fustrated.
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http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/components/3350616/intel-launches-ivy-bridge-processor-family/
"22nm quad-core chips available 29 April"
"Intel also suggests that power consumptio is lower with Ivy Bridge. It told us that quad-core processors would pull down up to 95W under strain, and dual-core up to 65W – but said these were maximums, and both can go much lower."
95w TDP and 29th release date confirmed?
Also in the article it says Hardware.info has 35-page benchmarks but the page has 404'd - perhaps they didn't realise the NDA isn't lifted yet so pulled the plug?
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/features/pc-upgrades/3352693/intel-ivy-bridge-processors-tested/
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Loll still worse the the 3870k
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post #23 of 78
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Loll still worse the the 3870k

Point being ?

They almost doubled their GPU performance in 1 generation, nearing AMDs highest APU. With way better CPU performance...
post #24 of 78
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If your computer's main purpose is gaming, there is really no reason to upgrade to Ivy Bridge from a 2500k, other than e-peen of course.

2500k is no longer fit for gaming dude, get out of your shell.
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If your computer's main purpose is gaming, there is really no reason to upgrade to Ivy Bridge from a 2500k, other than e-peen of course.

2500k is no longer fit for gaming dude, get out of your shell.

No longer FIT for gaming? Quite possibly the stupidest thing I've seen on here in quite awhile, that's like saying a z06 Corvette isn't fit to drive because there happens to be faster cars out there
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No longer FIT for gaming? Quite possibly the stupidest thing I've seen on here in quite awhile, that's like saying a z06 Corvette isn't fit to drive because there happens to be faster cars out there

Stop comparing computer parts and cars. doh.gif
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2500k is no longer fit for gaming dude, get out of your shell.

I can assure you ( with proof ) that AT MOST the difference between a 2500K and a 6-Core top of the line Sandy Bridge is 5% ( under 1% most of the time ) in FPS
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I can assure you ( with proof ) that AT MOST the difference between a 2500K and a 6-Core top of the line Sandy Bridge is 5% ( under 1% most of the time ) in FPS

guys.... /sarcasm
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No longer FIT for gaming? Quite possibly the stupidest thing I've seen on here in quite awhile, that's like saying a z06 Corvette isn't fit to drive because there happens to be faster cars out there

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No.
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No.

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So can anyone verify these are sold in places like microcenter?
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