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More Details on Ivy Bridge Models "S" and "T" Emerge

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Leaked details point to possible "T" and "S" models of Ivy Bridge CPUs.

With the The First Intel Ivy Bridge CPU Clock Speeds and More story from earlier this week, we caught some of the early details of the first Ivy Bridge chips, which is set to release in April 2012. Now, with some more leaked information from Chinese site Corecn, via German site ComputerBase, we find out more information on S and T model numbers. 

The table provides a full listing of remaining eight upcoming models, including model number, base frequency, cache size, cores/threads, memory speed, turbo boost speeds, Intel HD graphics, frequency / dynamic frequency and TDP ratings. It appears that Ivy Bridge will have similar clock speeds to current generation Sandy Bridge CPUs, just with a lower TDP based on Intel's transition to 22 nm from 32 nm transistor design.

Processor
Base Frequency (GHz)
Total Cache (MB)
Cores / Threads
Memory Speed Support (DDR3)
Turbo Boost max single core (GHz)
Intel HD Graphics
Frequency / Dynamic Frequency (MHz)
TDP (W)
Core i7-3770S
3.10
8
4 / 8
1600, 1333
3.90
4000
650/1150
65
Core i7-3770T2.50
8
4 / 8
1600, 13333.70
4000650/115045
Core i5-3570S3.10
6
4 / 4
1600, 13333.80
2500650/115065
Core i5-3570T2.30
6
4 / 41600, 13333.30
2500
650/115045
Core i5-3550S3.00
6
4 / 41600, 13333.70
2500650/115065
Core i5-3475S2.90
6
4 / 41600, 13333.60
4000650/110065
Core i5-3470S2.90
6
4 / 4
1600, 13333.60
2500
650/110065
Core i5-3470T2.90
3
2 / 4
1600, 13333.60
2500
650/110035
Core i5-3450S2.80
6
4 / 41600, 13333.50
2500650/110065
Core i5-3330S2.70
6
4 / 41600, 13333.20
2500650/105065

S - Performance-optimized (low power with 65W TDP), T – Power-optimized (ultra low power with 35-45W TDP)

Features shared by all the above mentioned Ivy Bridge CPUs are a 2-channel integrated memory controller; and all but the Core i5-3450S and i5-3330S have Intel's SIPP 2012, vPro 2012, VT-d, TXT, and AES-NI support.

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    9_breaker , 3 December 2011 15:13
    wow 65 w high end cpu's . this looks promising.
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    aje21 , 4 December 2011 01:21
    Unless the 3xx0T models can perform as well as their matching S models (with the same number) this is just as bad as the graphics chip makers using model numbers which "match" desktop and mobile parts despite the latter being a lot less powerful.
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    mathew7 , 5 December 2011 17:26
    I guess 3470T will be in my next router/file server build, unless i3s will get AESNI.