Intel has started to release a full lineup of new processors marketed under the Core i7, i5 and i3 Brands. This next generation of CPU's has been manufactured with transistors shrunk to 22 nanometers. Intel have also devised a way to get more transistors into a small die space by taking the CPU die into 3-D space. It also comes with improved intergrated graphics of two flavours depending on which CPU you purchase. While only a handful of the CPU's are on sale today it seems that there could be around 21 different models across the "Core i" range come the end of the year. Take a look at the benifits of the small manufacturing process and all of the specs and features in our Intel Ivy bridge guide