At the same time, Ivy Bridge's improvements in memory and overclocking include:
- Mobile CPU supports DDR3L (low voltage DDR3)
â€”Maximum CPU multiplier from 57 to 63
- Changing the multiplier without restarting, only one register overwrite operation is required - Maximum support for DDR3 memory frequency up from 2133 to 2800
Intel Vice President Mooly Eden confirmed this morning at IDF2011 that the next-generation CPU Ivy Bridge quad-core CPU will integrate 1.4 billion transistors, which is about 20% higher than Sandy Bridge's 1.16 billion; and the growth of integrated transistors seems to be mainly used in Ivy Bridge. The improvement of the GPU, this figure is more progress than a Tick in the road map, so Intel classified Ivy Bridge as Tick+. In terms of GPU improvements, it is no pressure to decompress 25 Full HD video streams at the same time.