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17 Mar 2013   #31

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

I bet the TDP might drop a tad and maybe there will be another ~10% bump up in performance. Also, maybe Intel will go back to the process they used on Sandy Bridge for the IHS. I think they saw the method they used on the Ivy Bridge CPU's might have been a mistake. All of this is speculation of course, but with AMD not making Intel step up their game, they can refine and refine and make a little progress here and there and still be ahead of the game. Plus, Haswell on-chip graphics are suppose to be MUCH better than the HD4000 graphics. If I were building a computer, or was thinking about it soon, I would definitely wait and either go with the new platform, or get IB chips when they go on sale.


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17 Mar 2013   #32

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Nah I am staying with Ivy she is quick enough and well the graphics I prefer a small not terribly expensive card to be honest (and it gives me an excuse to get inside the machine and play LOL!!)

I mean how fast and efficient do we really need to go?? Plus we could go on about this till the cows come home. It's interesting from a technology point of view but heck what I use my machines for I just don't see the point unless I was a besotted gamer of course
Besides you can probably spend more money and effort on stuff that can be recouped from using it.

Mind you can't wait for those cheaper chips
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17 Mar 2013   #33

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

Of course, I am speaking from the point of view of someone thinking about building a new PC......not upgrading. I won't be upgrading to Haswell, as I built a nice IB machine that should last for quite a few years.
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17 Mar 2013   #34

Desk1 8 Pro / Desk2 7 Home Prem / Laptop 8.1 Pro all 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kbrady1979 View Post
Of course, I am speaking from the point of view of someone thinking about building a new PC......not upgrading. I won't be upgrading to Haswell, as I built a nice IB machine that should last for quite a few years.
Yep I get what you mean KB I wasn't trying to be awkward - just wondering where it will all end.

Doesn't seem like a few years ago we were going mad for 80 and 160 GB HDD's and Pentium 4 eh?

Hah I even pulled out of an IBM just the other day a Seagate 3.2GB HDD - yes 3 point 2 GB
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18 Mar 2013   #35

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Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 X64 (Windows 8.1, Linux Mint, Windows XP and others in VM)
 
 

[DICLAIMER]: Well, what I've read, and have no idea of how truthful it is. As Kelly said, AMD is not pushing them and (with apologies to the AMD guys) they have the desktop market sewn up. The only thing that AMD has better is the on chip GPU and lower power (Laptop market). That's what Intel is going for. They apparently want AMD out of the business all together. That sounds like Intel to me. But, they have to give the desktop market something, so.... Haswell is supposed to be 15% more efficient than Ivy, just like Ivy was to Sandy. If you do the math, that is not insignificant. But the most interesting part, if true is that Intel has found problems with linking everything to the bus frequency of 100. So, they are separating it again. If they separate the BUS from the Uncore, that will make overclocking a new game entirely. If they do that, it will put overclocking back to the old way, and a lot of us back in school. personally, I hope that's true. And, I can't give a link because I don't recall where I read it ut I found it on a couple of different sites. It was one night when I was bored and just looking around to see what I could find. Again, I don't know if all this has any basis in fact, but it would be fun to discuss it. [/DISCLAIMER]
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18 Mar 2013   #36

Windows 8.1 non PRO 64Bit
 
 

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We may see dual compatible DDR3 and DDR4 mobo's I hope, as you know the mobo Mfgr's are tooled up for it !
Alan, do you really think that is feasible? the Dimms are completely different.

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Well Steve I reckon one could always try banging it in with a hammer. Seems to me someone around here is not satisfied with anything very much and should get on and do it.
You can please most of the people most of the time some you cannot please at all
Hey.. Youre talking about me now? Hope not becouse i really hope its not like you see me...
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18 Mar 2013   #37

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sisrace, No, I'm sure it was not a comment about you. Just a general comment about people in general. Don't be concerned about it. I'm sure it was not directed at you.
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18 Mar 2013   #38

Windows 8.1 non PRO 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ICit2lol View Post
Nah I am staying with Ivy she is quick enough and well the graphics I prefer a small not terribly expensive card to be honest (and it gives me an excuse to get inside the machine and play LOL!!)

I mean how fast and efficient do we really need to go?? Plus we could go on about this till the cows come home. It's interesting from a technology point of view but heck what I use my machines for I just don't see the point unless I was a besotted gamer of course
Besides you can probably spend more money and effort on stuff that can be recouped from using it.

Mind you can't wait for those cheaper chips

I looked on a video about the new chip... He said its mostly for laptops and it less power consumpning. I dont care about the power consumtion. Its my parents who pay for the power ...
Otherwise. The performance is really good from the i5 3570K so why whait...and ddr4.. Nah. Thinking of using 2133mhz ddr3 and i think it will last long when it comes to new ddr4 comparison. Ddr4 will probably be like ddr3. "Slow" speeds in the beginning and when the new version is comming we push the speed up crazy. Like 2400mhz...
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18 Mar 2013   #39

Windows 8.1 non PRO 64Bit
 
 

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sisrace, No, I'm sure it was not a comment about you. Just a general comment about people in general. Don't be concerned about it. I'm sure it was not directed at you.
No i ment if he said it about me becouse it looked like i didnt whant to do anything they suggested to do with my old computer to speed it up....
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18 Mar 2013   #40

Windows 8.1 non PRO 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by essenbe View Post
[DICLAIMER]: Well, what I've read, and have no idea of how truthful it is. As Kelly said, AMD is not pushing them and (with apologies to the AMD guys) they have the desktop market sewn up. The only thing that AMD has better is the on chip GPU and lower power (Laptop market). That's what Intel is going for. They apparently want AMD out of the business all together. That sounds like Intel to me. But, they have to give the desktop market something, so.... Haswell is supposed to be 15% more efficient than Ivy, just like Ivy was to Sandy. If you do the math, that is not insignificant. But the most interesting part, if true is that Intel has found problems with linking everything to the bus frequency of 100. So, they are separating it again. If they separate the BUS from the Uncore, that will make overclocking a new game entirely. If they do that, it will put overclocking back to the old way, and a lot of us back in school. personally, I hope that's true. And, I can't give a link because I don't recall where I read it ut I found it on a couple of different sites. It was one night when I was bored and just looking around to see what I could find. Again, I don't know if all this has any basis in fact, but it would be fun to discuss it. [/DISCLAIMER]

If you look on my specs you see i have a amd a8 something. Thats accually really good for games and working. Really happy for the amd apu i have...
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