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Intel lets slip its upcoming Ivy Bridge processors

We've already report just about everything there is to report on Intel's soon to launch Ivy Bridge processors, but with close to two months before the launch, Intel has gone and put up publically accessible information that details all of its upcoming processors models. This is about as official as it'll ever get ahead of a launch and someone at Intel is most likely going to be having a really bad day for it.

We've already report just about everything there is to report on Intel's soon to launch Ivy Bridge processors, but with close to two months before the launch, Intel has gone and put up publically accessible information that details all of its upcoming processors models. This is about as official as it'll ever get ahead of a launch and someone at Intel is most likely going to be having a really bad day for it.

What Intel has posted is what it calls a flipbook, something that would normally be a printed product guide that is being given to its various partners as a simple hand out to allow their customers to keep track of all the CPU models. The PDF was posted on one of Intel's partner sites called the Retail Edge Program and it's not accessible to the general public. However, this specific PDF can be found by simply searching for the various upcoming CPU models, so obviously Intel's security on its partner site isn't really of much use.

The PDF doesn't really seem to contain any new information, but it does confirm all the Core i7 and Core i5 models we've known about to date. The screen shots above only details some of the models and you can download the entire PDF if you want to have a look for yourself. Interestingly the PDF is dated January 2012 – April 2012 and as such it's clear that it doesn't really take Intel's delay into account and it puts more fuel on the fire that the delay has nothing to do with Intel's ability to manufacture at 22nm.

Update: For those unable to download the file at the link below, here's a link to the same document in Spanish.

Source: CPU World, Intel Retail Edge Program (for the PDF)

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