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    Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I know that itís very early to start this topic but I got this news on internet and so I wish to share that with you. Haswell is going to launch the 22nm Processors with quad cores standard in 2013. It may probably be using the DDR4 RAM with new FMA Instructions and new cache design. It will be having more improved Power Saving features. It will contain 20W that will provide Standard TDP for processors and 3D Tri-Gate Transistors. These will double the battery life intended for processors.

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    Re: Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I can say that this is the race that is never going to end. The only thing that I cannot understand that why people ask this age old question that should I get this or wait for some more months. If you wait for that and when the time comes for its release then you might be looking for something which is a bit quicker, faster and cooler as compared to existing one. So this will going to continue as the technology improves.

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    Re: Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I am very agree with the above post. GPUs should be upgraded on every 9 months, and the CPU in 12 months. Sometimes there are other significant enhancements. It cannot hurt to wait a month if something is on the fence, but if you wait 3, 4, 5 months, then clearly you do not need a new laptop anyway. I normally get a laptop each 18-24 months. Presently I'm looking at 18 months going as of my present one Sager Sager Sandy Bridge. I have hopes of getting three years out of it with a CPU and GPU upgrade in 18-24 months this time, so maybe pick up ticks on the opposite side of Haswell.

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    Re: Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I am having a Q9550 as well as GTX 260 for my desk. My new laptop will gust that as I had an Acer 1410. It was a great little machine. The UL30Vt at that time was as twice the cost of the Acer 1410. Therefore, it is not abuse. But I would not bet on future technology. A 5650 is halfway polite now, but in two years will be low-end technology. The menu of gambling is likely to change as well.

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    Re: Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I really do not mind playing at lower settings, and I was one that shined 1800GTO2 XT PE speed before getting 5770 in December. Also, the 1410 could do much casual games, BF2 and I just have fired more than 20 frames. I assumed it was due to the decline in the SU3500 FSB because I heard from other 4500MHDs play sensibly well. By the way, how's the yard? I have the right of all before the Q6600 E6600 came out, so I always feel like I missed out on something superior.

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    Re: Haswell launching 22nm Processors

    I cannot remember which card had 480 shedders? The 6770 could be on par with a desktop 8800/9800 GT. The 3870 was slow because a lot of work was taken by the shedders, the 4800 series, ATI moved a lot of post-processing (AA in particular) along the ROP, with that limitation gone, you should see a significant speed boost. In fact, I think the 5670 also uses 96 shaders, or a clock very high, it performs very close to the 9800 GT. That's amazing because the 8800 GTX took sips all the power back in their heyday, and now we have the same power in a 15 "notebook!

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