Intel's next-generation Haswell chipset for laptops isn't set to come out until next year. But when it does eventually get released, AnandTech says the 3D transistor-based hardware will offer twice the GPU performance as Ivy Bridge and consume 20 times less power than Sandy Bridge when idle. Excited yet? [AnandTech]
Intel's Haswell 3D Transistor Chipset Will Have 2X More GPU Power Than Ivy Bridge
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