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    Angry [VR-Zone] Is Haswell any better than Ivy Bridge in gaming?



    Is the new Haswell architecture any better than Ivy Bridge in gaming? We answer this question by putting them head to head in the latest AAA titles like Crysis 3,

    Bioshock Infinite and Metro: Last Light.




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    I think we can safely conclude… nope.




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    The C3 bench does show a pretty decent boost, but nothing close to what's needed to warrant an upgrade. SB owners are getting the ultimate bang for their buck.

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    Bioshock e ki Haswell kaj kore na naki 2ta line akdom ak jaigai ?


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    Exactly on top of each other. It's not a very CPU intensive game so not really surprised.

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    Highly Disappointing Result

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    I think they succeeded in dealing with power draw and heat, which was really the prime goal from what it seems like.

    A stepping stone, I suppose.

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    Retail Versions of Intel Core i “Haswell” Are “Hotter and Slower” Than Expected – Report.


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    http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20130606231316_Retail_Versions_of_Intel_Core_i_Haswell_Are_Hotter_and_Slower_Tha n_Expected_Report.html

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    It must be hotter,because processor transistor size is getting as small as an atom,,, atom is 5nm.. And its transistor is 22nm... So at molecular level they are proved to be hot... U know science ...and. This version is more focused on energy efficiency for mobile computing... Lol.. I hate laptop.. I am big fan of desktop and tablet... So performance gain is the ''mukher buli'' of intel to market it to counterbalance the loss and defame.

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    Energy savings are not for the laptop market, not primarily anyway.

    Power is a datacenter's costliest commodity (Second one is bandwidth), and enterprise deployments would do anything to try to cut down on it.

    E3 12xx v3 is what this was really meant for, I reckon we'll see E5s on the same arch soon enough.

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    game performance is not their headache at this moment. any SB/IB i5 is still more than enough for gaming. and apart from the L1 cache haswell's core arch/pipeline is almost identical to IB. tbh they haven't made any noticeable change/modification here since SB....

    Quote Originally Posted by Dna Mex View Post
    It must be hotter,because processor transistor size is getting as small as an atom,,, atom is 5nm.. And its transistor is 22nm... So at molecular level they are proved to be hot... U know science ...and. This version is more focused on energy efficiency for mobile computing... Lol.. I hate laptop.. I am big fan of desktop and tablet... So performance gain is the ''mukher buli'' of intel to market it to counterbalance the loss and defame .
    which molecule has 5nm atoms lol !!!

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    I got the report from tweaktown.com year ago,, so I cannot manage u the link..http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore's...its_of_the_law

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dna Mex View Post
    I got the report from tweaktown.com year ago,, so I cannot manage u the link..http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moore's...its_of_the_law
    i don't get any 5nm atom in your given page. if i'm not mistaken world's largest known atom Cs has a atomic diameter of 596pm or 0.566nm. there is no such atom which has 5nm radius/diameter or whatever

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    OK my mistake mistake, but this what I can remember after year of interval.. So I have a worse memory than u.. But I think my other statement r more or less correct.. I may hear that after 5nm, quantum computing will start

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