Comparison of 14nm Broadwell and 22nm Haswell

Article: What's Next for Moore's Law? For Intel, III+V = 10nm QWFETs
By: Alberto (git.delete@this.git.it), July 11, 2015 1:07 am
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Matt (matt.delete@this.nospam.com) on July 8, 2015 4:20 pm wrote:
> I hope David Kanter's predictions are correct but Intel's last shrink from 22nm to 14nm does not give any reason
> for optimism. You can see how much of an improvement Intel's 14nm Broadwell is compared to the 22nm Haswell
> by comparing equivalent MacBook Airs with these different processors. The current 13.3" MacBook Air with Broadwell
> runs at 1.6 GHz vs 1.4 GHz for last year's model with Haswell (a 14% difference). CPU performance as measured
> by Geekbench 3, Cinebench 11.5 and Cinebench 15 improved by 4% to 13%. Graphics performance as measured by
> Unigine Heaven, Batman: Arkham City and Tomb Raider 2013 is within 3% of Haswell. Battery life while decoding
> MPEG-4 played over Wi-Fi improved by 1.5%. Apparently, most of the power is consumed by the display so whatever
> power reductions were made in the processor don't change the overall battery life much. The only significant
> improvement is the number of PCIe channels to the SSD was increased from 2 to 4 so the sequential read speed
> from SSD increased from 750 MBytes/sec to 1500 MBytes/sec. Other than this change in the number of PCIe channels
> to SSD, there is no significant difference between the 14nm Broadwell and the 22nm Haswell versions of this
> notebook. The bottom line is that Moore's law doesn't seem to help for notebooks anymore. Unless Intel pulls
> a rabbit out of their hat and actually delivers the kind of breakthroughs discussed in this article, I predict
> Apple will switch their entire product line over to ARM within 5 years.
>

LOL and do you really believe the shift will help the laptop fortune?? :). You are naive, even with
a new cpu and SO the problems will are forever here. The largest part of amperage available will be
drained by screen, SSD, cooling solutions and other peripherals. The performance will be comparable and at the end othe day no real gain under the sun.
Too little too late with the challenge of a massive customers loss. Not a way.

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