Sandy Bridge - Wikipedia
Sandy Bridge is the codename for the microarchitecture used in the "second generation" of the Intel Core processors (Core i7, i5, i3). The Sandy Bridge microarchitecture is the successor to Nehalem microarchitecture.
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Sandy Bridge was originally called Gesher which literally means "bridge" in Hebrew. The name was requested to be changed by upper management after a meeting between the development group and...
Intel Sandy Bridge core
Sandy Bridge core was introduced on January 9, 2011, when Intel launched first desktop and mobile Core i5 and core i7 CPUs, based on Sandy Bridge microarchitecture.
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Sandy Bridge-based chips can be found with two, four, or six cores. All of the dual- and hexa-core versions, along with some of the quad-core models, have Hyper-Threading enabled...
Intel's Sandy Bridge Architecture Exposed
Sandy Bridge is Intel's 2011 performance mainstream architecture refresh. It won't take the place of the 6-core Gulftown based Core i7 processors at the top of the charts...
Inside the Intel Sandy Bridge Microarchitecture - Hardware Secrets
Sandy Bridge is the name of the new microarchitecture Intel CPUs will be using starting in 2011. It is an evolution of the Nehalem microarchitecture that was first introduced in the Core i7 and also used in...
Laptop Sandy Bridge | OpenCore Install Guide
Sandy/IvyBridge Hybrids: Some laptops from this era came with a mixed chipset setup, using Sandy Bridge CPUs with Ivy Bridge chipsets which creates issues with macOS since it expects a certain IMEI.