This looks like amazing news! :D
I wonder if the actual processing performance will show at least some performance gains like this, hopefully they will.
These gpu gains is why I was waiting for the next gen of ultrabooks.
I'm forced to wait as well. I need something in the coming months and have been holding out for haswell. My first choice is a Surface Pro but unfortunately it is the least likely to be upgraded to haswell, MacBook Air 11" probably the first to get it, Lenovo Carbon X1 non-touch, and Lenovo ideapad z400...
All of this is pretty impressive but hopefully they are focusing more on the ultrabook/mobile world with this than desktop PCs. I still don't see anyone using IGP with the 4770k over a discrete GPU but guess we will know here in the coming month after its released and we get game data in.
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
I wish they had a non-integrated GPU version that was less expensive with the same processor power. A lot of us simply don't have a need/want for an integrated GPU and all that means is that we're paying for a built in component that we aren't using. I did some searching and all I could find was information about the integrated video capability.
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