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  • xc3155 xc3155 Apr 1, 2013 3:25 PM Flag

    Intel Haswell is NOT WELL and never was well should be called a Hasbeen

     

    Some talking head claims

    "he has learned of "a voltage regulation stage" that is "not producing the desired results," adding the prediction that Intel "will consequently reverse course and not pursue this power management scheme with subsequent products."

    Source: Marketwatch

    Translation Haswell is not well but BROKEN and should be called HasBeen. lol

    imho

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    • How is Nvidia going to tag along with that Hasbeen part intel is trying to fix?

      Maybe Nvidia can sell those GPUs to Sony for an old Ultrabook.

      Or did that Nvidia talking head bad mouth Sony and the PS4 enough already? lol

      imho

      • 1 Reply to xc3155
      • April 1, 2013, 2:47 P.M. ET
        Intel Rebuffs JMP Warning About ‘Haswell’; ‘On Track and On Time’

        By Tiernan Ray

        Following a downgrade this morning of Intel (INTC) shares to Market Perform from Outperform by Alex Gauna of JMP Securities, based on speculation by Gauna that the chip maker may be at risk of delays in its forthcoming microprocessor upgrade, code-named “Haswell, Intel spokesperson Chuck Mulloy reached out to tech trader to assert there are no issues.

        Said Mulloy in a phone call,

        Haswell is healthy and on track for an announcement. There’s no problem with the Haswell part at all. Also, we would expect that with Haswell we will see the biggest improvement in battery life in the company’s history when you compare it to the previous generation. It is expected to be a major milestone breakthrough. The key point is, it’s healthy and it’s on time

        Said Mulloy in a phone call,

        Haswell is healthy and on track for an announcement. There’s no problem with the Haswell part at all. Also, we would expect that with Haswell we will see the biggest improvement in battery life in the company’s history when you compare it to the previous generation. It is expected to be a major milestone breakthrough. The key point is, it’s healthy and it’s on time.

        Mulloy was referring to previous remarks about Haswell made by management during the company’s January Q4 conference call. At that time, the company said “We started production on Haswell, which we expect to qualify for sale this quarter [Q1] [...] This resulted in an increase in inventory write-offs [in Q4]. We expect to be production-ready in the current quarter.”

        The remark about record improvements in power efficiency were consistent with previous promises by Intel regarding Haswell, said Mulloy.

 
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