But I wasn't referring to the mobile parts. Those are already great, by what I've read. 32nm still allows for a lot and a 125W ceiling isn't something new for AMD parts. Since there's a iGPU in there, it would be understandable. I know the APUs are very capable, but they also come with some shortcomings, in my opinion. It's those shortcomings that I'd like to see solved. Sideport vRAM was just something that came to my mind. I didn't really gave much thought about it. But you have to admit that after a certain GPU performance level, DDR3 is a hindrance. And that is noticeable in the 7750. I'm also eager to see DDR4 hit the market.