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  1. So the link below states that the architectural jump from Broadwell to Skylake is the same as Pentium 4 to Core 2: http://wccftech.com/intels-broadwell-skylake-uarch-transition-big-prescott-conroe/ Now I don't believe this yet because there is no source given also that jump was massive, that was a phenomenal increase in CPU efficiency and performance. Though, just because there is a large change in the architecture of the CPU it doesn't mean there will be as large increase in performance again, in fact, it could be a temporary step back. I just wondered what information people here know about Skylake and where those sources of information are. My main PC uses an overclocked 1st generation Core i5-750, it supports USB 3, SATA 6.0 Gb/s and up to 4 GPU's. Since then, I haven't seen a system worth upgrading too, so I haven't. If Skylake doesn't offer anything more, I'll still keep holding off.
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