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Haswell: The core Intel wants inside everything
A single architecture, from phones to tablets, to laptops, gaming rigs and servers. But can Intel compete with ARM?
When the Blue Team releases a successor to Ivy Bridge in the first half of next year, there will be a heck of lot going on. Haswell is both a redesign and refocus of the Ivy Bridge line. Early indications from the recent Intel Developer Forum are that we will see a 10% plus speed boost per MHz, a slight MHz bump along with a juicy 80% beefier on-die graphics and lower power draw from the perfected 22nm 'Tri-Gate' process. Most critically though Haswell is a chip designed to be scalable like no chip before it has.
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