Although the product is not available, leaks from various sources indicate that the flagship product, Intel Core i7-3770K is a quad-core processor with 128 KB of L1 cache (4×32 KB), 1 MB of L2 cache (4×256 KB) and 8 MB of L3 cache. The default speed of this new ivy bridge processor clocks at 3.5GHz; similar to Core i7 2500K.
Other than being a 22nm processor, the ivy bridge processors basically has an improved graphics core built in with support of HDMI 3D etc.
According to some sources, engineering samples of the Intel Core i7-3770K going is capable of doing an overclock of 2X the default clock reaching 7.06GHz on Dry Ice cooling. The applied voltage is 1.889 Volts, with a 63x multiplier and 112.11 MHz.
As this processor is more affordable than the Intel Sandy Bridge-E LGA2011, at 1/3 of it’s price at USD 350 range, there will be utmost interest in this new processor to pair it up with either the new Intel Z77 boards or the older boards.
The following is a screen shot of the CPU-Z, we suspect that this preliminary information is leaked by engineers from one of the big mainboard manufacturer. Looks like they don’t really care about NDA signed with Intel. Discuss.