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Old 12th September 2012, 08:00   #1
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Default Intel's Haswell: 20x Lower Platform Idle Power than Sandy Bridge, 2x GPU of Ivy

If you've been following our IDF Live Blog you've already seen this, but for everyone else - Intel gave us a hint at what Haswell will bring next year: 20x lower platform idle power compared to Sandy Bridge, and up to 2x the GPU performance of Ivy Bridge.

Intel ran Unigen on a Haswell reference platform at 2x the frame rate of an Ivy Bridge system. Alternatively you could run at the same performance but using half the power on Haswell.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/6262/i...-of-ivy-bridge
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