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    Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Announces new utilities, games and partnerships at GDC, says it is "committed to gaming".
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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    hmm...when i open raptr. top left corner has a "AMD Gaming Evolved"...now this confusing...

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Looks like Intel cannot be too bothered punting their warez.....
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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Remind me someone please--is this an 1150 socket or do we have to splash out again?

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Hopefully the screen capturing will have more compatibility than ShadowPlay...

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Quote Originally Posted by tigertop1 View Post
    Remind me someone please--is this an 1150 socket or do we have to splash out again?
    Broadwell is the same, Skylake you'll need to upgrade.

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Quote Originally Posted by plexabit View Post
    Hopefully the screen capturing will have more compatibility than ShadowPlay...
    I would expect so. Intel's QuickSync has been around since 2011; Kepler since 2012. There are vastly more iGPUs with QuickSync than nVidia Kepler GPUs. I don't know why it took four years for intel to do something with their h.264 encoder. I appreciate fraps, d3dgear, and dxtory but now that I have cards with shadowplay I can record 2560x1440p@60Hz while playing BF4 without a single stutter in-game nor in the recording. Of course a non OS SSD to record on helps a lot, too.

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    Shame that no desktop Core i3 with the Iris Pro IGP will be sold.


    Those despicable Elk,stealing the pond weed!

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    Re: Intel demos desktop Broadwell processor with Iris Pro graphics

    It's never a good sign when makers start comparing things to 9 year old products. How good are the new gfx compared to the 4770k igp?

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