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Intel already Xeon Phi for parallel processing.

Intel has 8P Xeon clusters for parallel processing as well....

But it's not integrated.
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post #122 of 127
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Intel already Xeon Phi for parallel processing.

I was thinking more along the lines of your average work station and not a server CPU.
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Remember, one the the biggest handicaps to GPGPU tasks is the latency between the CPU and the PCIe bus.
 
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post #124 of 127
with all these integrated gpu's intel is making it really makes its predecessors look really that bad and fastly (not vastly) outdated
your not doing any favors for anyone intel, especially yourself
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post #125 of 127
I don't know why everyone rags on Intel for iGPUs and small IPC improvements. Each generation sees large decreases in power consumption, large increases in iGPU performance, and small but steady increases in CPU performance due to architecture modifications. For non-gaming there's no appreciable difference between my laptop and desktop and the hardware differences are huge. There is almost zero market demand for faster CPUs right now.

Somebody used the argument that we'd hate on Nvidia/AMD if they made the same tiny improvements with graphics cards. The difference you're forgetting is that in appropriate tasks, GPU's are the limiting factor. Apart from raw computation, a modern Pentium, i3, and i7-E all perform virtually the same. There are a few exceptions, but CPUs do not need an upgrade right now. Intel has made massive advancements in efficiency recently and for some reason that gets ignored. If Intel feels threatened in the CPU department, I'm sure they're very prepared to take the problem head on and dominate. They're a massive and intelligent company and they know a lot more about their market than we do.

In the days of C2D processors, you occasionally found programs that were clunky due to processor limitations. That just hasn't happened since the Core line of processors began. You can be sure if you ever encounter a scenario where opening your favourite word processors and media players starts to become a clunky experience, Intel is already way ahead of you at fixing the problem. The commercial market and mobile market dominate and that's just how it is. The second there's a problem in either of those markets, you can be sure it will be addressed immediately. Either way, Intel is more or less an indestructible company with enough money to cushion them from any problems that arise, and quickly retaliate to retake the lead.

And as a side note for all the Intel HD doubters, if it was in their best interests, you can be sure they could take on the dedicated GPU market head on if they had to. The only thing stopping them is allocation of resources, which again, they could do easily if they decided it was their most profitable decision. (I'm sure they're more concerned with the thousands of Xeons they're selling to loyal customers, than they are with the dedicated GPU market, which would take a lot of time and resources to force themselves into.)
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I agree, desktops chips are just fine these days. Intel is focused on moore's law, as they should be. Only sad overclockers complain.
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4770K is a beast and I imagine the 5770K will only improve upon that. The days of 20% ipc gains are over guys. A 5770K that only is going to use 130-140W at 4.8ghz will be amazing
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