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New 3D Ivy Bridge laptops start appearing online

The 3D Ivy Bridge laptops have now arrived to site and are expected to provide a better performance from its predecessor Sandy Bridge

Many new 3D gaming laptops have arrived to the website. These new laptops are mostly based on Intel’s 3ed Generation Ivy Bridge processors which have the 22nm based CPU’s. These processors are said to be the latest computing platforms which are better than any other processor from Intel or other manufacturers.

After the release of these processors the manufacturers didn’t seem to have wasted much time in creating own model empowered by this processor. However, Asus was the first to introduce this processor in their ASUS G75VW-DS73. This model sports a Core i7-3610QM Ivy Bridge processor which can provide a clock speed of (2.3GHz). It is also equipped with NVIDIA GTX 670M graphics card which comes with a 3 gigs of GDDR5 RAM.

The next model which was released with an Ivy Bridge processor is the Alienware M17X R4, a 17.3inch 3D Gaming laptop, which also features the same processor with a 6MB Cache and can perform executions at a speed of 3.3GHz at Turbo Boost mode. It is equipped with an NVIDIA GTX 675M card with 2 gigs of GDDR5 RAM.

It is also expected that the Ivy Bridge processors are better for gaming laptops and are able to provide a much better graphics. It has also been pointed that the Ivy Bridge will also be capable of providing a better battery backup from its predecessor Sandy Bridge processor. Apart from all the added features of the Ivy Bridge processors, they are also priced with a hefty price tag which might not make them very easily affordable for all of the consumers. But for the customers for whom price doesn’t matter much, these devices with these processors will surely be able to satisfy them.


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Pallab Jyotee Hazarika, 2012-05-23 (Update: 2012-05-26)