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Just give us god damn something. Stop with all iCrap for just five seconds and put some focus into something else. Haswell came out last year so the minis should have gotten an update. Simple as that, no excuses. Instead we get the iPad Air and the iPhone 5C.
Not if it's a quiet refresh.
So wait... I thought the 800M series was Maxwell, no? Anyway it looks like as you go up, the performance percentage decreases from last year though having said that, it is a good thing for the lower models.
So apparently the 880M isn't all that impressive although it is somewhat more power efficient. I thought the wait to Maxwell was going to be fairly decent but I guess I was wrong.
What's the rush? Because newer is better! I'm guessing if they use nVidia on the rMBP, it'll be the 850M. I take it that should be powerful enough to handle 4K.
Thank you to whomever did that. I will make one more iMac note though. I didn't think much about the first three months of this year probably because of all the snow we've had in NJ. I just remembered last night that nVidia was supposed to release their Maxwell series of cards around this time. Eagerly checking nVidia's website, I saw that they did indeed have information on Maxwell as well as upcoming notebooks with the graphics in them. It would appear that the 880M...
Two questions. 1. Is there any upcoming Mac keynotes coming up where a mini could possibly be announced or be updated quietly with other products? 2. Can a mod change the title to 2014 Mac mini Wishlist (take out the iMac part)
I don't game too much honestly except for MAME and I got Gauntlet Dark Legacy to run just fine and finally completed it.
I mentioned this before in another way but have you ever had to wait so long for something you just sort of lose interest in it? That's kind of the way I feel. The biggest advantage I would expect on a new prospective mini would be the PCIe SSD followed by the graphics. Realistically, I am not sure how much of a speed jump it would be on the processor front from Sandy Bridge to Haswell. Maybe someone can answer that.I would most likely buy a dual core Haswell with Iris...
See that's what sucks. I want something decent but I don't need something that's too powerful for my needs. Owning a Mac Pro for example would be awesome IF I could get all the use of it. I don't want to use a Mac Pro just for internet browsing and playing games.
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