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What will the Ivybridge replacement be for Intel Core i7-2700K 3.50GHz (Sandybridge)

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There's a whisper that its been brought forward to the 23rd. I wouldn't like to comment on the credibility of this though. What's a week when you have been waiting a year anyway...
 
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I think the 4000 series will be reserved for the next generation of Intel CPUs (haswell) and IB-E. This is going off the current naming strategy considering the 3000 series is IB and SB-E, so it only makes sense that the 4000 series will be haswell and IB-E.
 
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There's a whisper that its been brought forward to the 23rd. I wouldn't like to comment on the credibility of this though. What's a week when you have been waiting a year anyway...

It has been confirmed by Intel now, but it could only be a few Prebuilts and Laptops that will be readily available for the 23rd. I am just hoping they will be on OcUK before the 10% discount runs out :3
 
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MSI has released these laptops, a week or so ago.

Some of these laptops include the Ivy Bridge processor. However it seems they are not specified on which Ivy Bridge processor they use.

Strange...
 
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Tbh, I'm just going to wait until it launches and also when more reviews shoot out until I decide if ill will go with Sandy or Ivy. At this stage its looking dodgy for Ivy on the temps but hopefully things turn out different.

I just hope Intel doesn't make another Presscot in our hands.
 
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