Monday, February 27, 2012

Intel reportedly delays Ivy Bridge launch until June, manufacturing process to blame

I hope you weren't planning to pick up some tech boasting Intel's Ivy Bridge processor line, because you won't be getting it when you want it. Financial Times is reporting that Intel's new 22nm processor has been pushed from April to June. The site caught up with executive VP and chairman of Intel China Sean Maloney who said that the manufacturing methods used to make the heir to Sandy Bridge was to blame for the change in schedule. Furthermore, a spokesperson for the component manufacturer communicated that the Q2 shipping plans for Ivy Bridge remain the same.


But you should be fine, right? I mean the Sandy Bridge line is ok, at least in my eyes.


I'll keep you posted on any updates.

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