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*8MB of L3 cache
*Barely goes over 30% while running Chrome and various Minecraft 'packs'
*Runs BF4, and DayZ without any issue
*Amazingly fast compared to my old I3
*Easily Over Clocked to 4.6Ghz
*No issues what so ever
*Uses less energy compared to Ivy-Bridge
*Intel removed one of Haswell's proposed data channels
*Easily OC to 4.5Ghz
*Multitasking is great
*Barely goes above 15% running Tekkit and FTB
*Easily runs Battlefield 4 and DayZ with absolutely no issues.
*Great upgrade from my laptop's old AMD A6
*Large amount of L2 and L3 cache.
Cons: *Maxwell (Not much better than Ivy-Bridge)
*Maxwell's planned extra memory channel was removed
Pros: *boots Windoze 7 in about 8-10 seconds
*boots up Ubuntu 12.04 in about 4-7 seconds
*Cheap (1TB for $70)
*Not noticing many delays (see cons)
Cons: *Takes a while to transfer large files (to be expected on drives with mechanical parts)READ FULL REVIEW