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Intel Brings ‘Eye Candy' to Masses with Newest Laptop, PC Chips

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#2
So these the last run I7 cpu`s before the Sandy bridge ones.
 
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yeah i know that now after reading the motherboard reviews on the front page:slap:.They seem pretty even with 1st gen I7`s though,The ASUS boards are using some new BIOS GUI which i hope gets into AMD based systems.:toast:
 
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Good system if you're building a new machine but i'm going to stick with X58 until Q4.
 

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yeah i know that now after reading the motherboard reviews on the front page:slap:.They seem pretty even with 1st gen I7`s though,The ASUS boards are using some new BIOS GUI which i hope gets into AMD based systems.:toast:
UEFI i hope. we need it for 2TB+ HDD's
 
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I'm planning to build a new PC this month. Now I look for some overclocking-benchmarks, showing the best performance per dollar (will be watercooled). Any hints?
 
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UEFI i hope. we need it for 2TB+ HDD's
I wish motherboard manufacturers would release UEFI for their current motherboards, it would be nice to have it on my P55-GD65. :( And I think I can wait until later this year for 1356/2011, my i5 750 is still going strong. :)
 
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some boards seem to support it already, but not many.


i really want UEFI too.
 
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Yummy i wants new laptop with this!
 
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These will sell quite well, I think.
 

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Id like to hear more about this 'Intel Quick Sync Video' feature. Sounds like they are saying encoding performance that is comparable to current CUDA accelerated encoders.
 
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Id like to hear more about this 'Intel Quick Sync Video' feature. Sounds like they are saying encoding performance that is comparable to current CUDA accelerated encoders.
Read the link above from Anandtech:);)