Haswell will perform per cycle 10% higher than that of Ivy Bridge
So far we know that the intel Core fourth generation, based on micro-architecture Haswell will have a massive IGP graphics performance than triple that of the current Graphics HD 4000 IGP , the IGP more graphics power of today’s microprocessors Ivy Bridge-DT/MB/ULV.
Again from Fudzilla report that thanks to the many improvements that will own the new micro-architecture Haswell, future fourth-generation microprocessors Core: Haswell-DT/MB/ULT/E/EN/EP/EX will yield 10% per Cycle higher than their current equivalents based on Ivy Bridge microarchitecture.
These figures are based on estimates made with advance copies / prototypes (or engineering samples) based in Haswell. It is also hoped that the fianl version of the chip offers greater customization, allowing advanced users to achieve a higher overclock.
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