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2012-09-11T16:31:43Z

IDF Day 1: Haswell Live Graphics DemoIntel’s Dadi (David) Perlmutter, General Manager Intel Architecture Group and Chief Product Officer, opened up the 2012 Intel Developers Forum by reflecting back on the significance of this day, the eleventh anniversary of the attacks on 9/11. Today, however, also marks the fifteenth anniversary of IDF, so Dadi ultimately moved on to a quick overview of the many advances and innovations that have taken place at Intel since the event began in 1997. Perlmutter showed off a Medfield SoC alongside a Xeon Phi, along with a number of Intel Atom and Core powered Windows 8 tablets and Ultrabooks, but he finished with a couple of live demos showing the company’s upcoming Haswell-based 4th Gen Core Processors in action…

IDF Day 1: Haswell Live Graphics Demo

JvanHummel
2012-09-11T17:00:28Z

Did the guys at Intel take those [censored]s from the movie "Limitless"?

Just when you think they can't possibly improve their chips anymore, they come up with this. AMD is up for a tough challenge.

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2012-09-11T20:30:28Z

Hmmm... I was prepared to be skeptical, but that did look pretty damned awesome.

I can hardly wait to see some actual HH benchmarks in the future.

rapid1
2012-09-12T09:36:11Z

I agree JvanHummel it seems one thing you can count on if the sun comes up INTEL is working on some new technology, I would say Samsung and a few other companies are the same you can just count on it. Technology moves at a ridiculously fast rate now in general.

gibbersome
2012-09-15T21:16:25Z

Appears to be a substantial improvement even though it is 2x performance. Goes to show how spoiled we've become when a "2x performance upgrade" no longer sounds that impressive.

Anonymous
2012-09-19T16:42:13Z

I honestly don't think that Intel can make their chips any smaller with better performance. Way to go Intel. Step it up AMD.