Recent rumors suggest that the GT3e GPU will be nothing more than a test run for Intel. Back before Ivy Bridge there where rumors that Intel was trying to get at least one or two chips with special embedded RAM out. Didn't happen but it seems now with Haswell they are still only in testing phase and it will be Broadwell when that becomes more mainstream. http://chinese.vr-zone.com/56926/in...th-gt2-gt2-gt2-package-cache-memory-03252013/ http://www.computerbase.de/news/2013-03/vollausbau-der-haswell-grafik-als-hd-5xxx-in-notebooks/ Now if this is true there will only be a GT3e in one high end HQ quad core that is probably quite expensive. The clock speeds of the GPU are pretty amazing. With 1300 Mhz, 40 EUs and eRAM it may really be a quite decent GPU. I don't see the point however. All current notebooks that could accomodate a 47W CPU already come with 650M dGPUs and those will still beat a GT3e. Those at 35W and lower which usually could use a fast GPU won't just fit that CPU. Now this will only really be a useful chip for some special redesign for that TDP and pretty expensive. I have a feeling most manufacturers including Apple won't bother and just wait for Broadwell. These GT3e will practically be non existent. Just not worth the price. All the other CPUs seem to be only getting GT3 or GT2 but always without any eRAM and most likely lower clocks. Seems to me we can stop wondering about the HD 5200 performance because it won't matter.