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Q: Can I upgrade my Intel Core i7-3920XM microprocessor?
A: Probably yes. CPU compatibility is determined by your motherboard. Please see CPU-Upgrade.com website for CPU support list for your board.
Core i7-3920XM Overclocking
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Intel to discontinue desktop Core i3 and mobile Core i7 CPUs
Sep 17, 2013
: Intel plans to discontinue several Ivy Bridge processors next year.
According to a Product Change Notification, that was published
yesterday, the company is going to retire Core i3-3210 and i3-3225
desktop CPUs for socket 1155, along with Core i7-3720QM, i7-3820QM and i7-3920XM
mobile microprocessors for socket G2. Both tray and boxed versions of these
microprocessors will be discontinued.
Intel Ivy Bridge processors released today
Apr 29, 2012
: Last Monday Intel announced Ivy Bridge microprocessors, and
disclosed initial lineup for desktop and mobile markets. The same day
the announcement was followed by numerous reviews and benchmarks,
published by hardware news site. Today is another big day: the
processors are now officially released, and they are hitting retail.
Also today, Intel added new SKUs to official pricelist.
Intel announces Ivy Bridge desktop and mobile CPUs
Apr 23, 2012
: Today Intel announced Ivy Bridge (IVB) microarchitecture, as well as 15
quad-core microprocessors, and 5 wireless chipset options. Initial IVB
line-up includes six mobile processors, four desktop Core i7 CPUs with
Hyper-Threading, and five Core 5 desktop models without
Hyper-Threading. All processors will be available in OEM systems and in
retail later this month. Some processor benchmark results are already
available on Intel website, and earlier today many hardware news sites posted their
own reviews with detailed benchmarks.
Revised Ivy Bridge launch schedule confirmed
Mar 27, 2012
: Ivy Bridge launch was delayed twice. First time it slipped from the
first to the second quarter 2012, and then it was delayed by another
two weeks. Current launch date for desktop Ivy Bridge CPUs is set on
April 29, which was confirmed by two different sources,
and Donanimhaber. That still left us in the dark in regards to mobile
processors, due to rumors that their launch was pushed back until June.
After seeing recent desktop and mobile roadmaps we can confirm that
both desktop and mobile IB chips will be released at the same time.
Ivy Bridge to launch on April 8
Dec 28, 2011
: There has been a lot of talk recently about Intel reducing prices of Sandy Bridge CPUs in the run-up to the launch of Ivy Bridge. Digitimes today (December 28 ) published details including pricing and release dates for various Ivy Bridge processors and chipsets. Initial SKUs will be released on or around April 8 2012, with a few more parts following over the following few weeks.
Ivy Bridge mobile CPU lineup revealed
Dec 06, 2011
: The launch of Ivy Bridge micro-architecture is still a quarter
away, but we already have plenty of information on upcoming desktop
microprocessors, thanks to a series of leaks of Intel roadmap slides.
Not only desktop roadmap has been leaked.
published yesterday a few slides, containing release
schedule and specifications of Ivy Bridge mobile microprocessors.
According to published slides, Intel will launch 3 quad-core CPUs in
April, followed by 3 dual-core mainstream models and two ULV
processors in May.