So aside from features we've been told would come from newer chips, what is the main draw? I am not super familiar with processors these days, I have only been learning the basics of the new (i3, i5, and i7 processors.) Before that I mainly went with the cheapest processor and one that would fit my motherboard on a desktop PC I was building (The days of pre-Pentium 4) I'm beginning to see what these new "core" processors offer. But my question is... Haswell is 22nm right? So keeping it cooler and having it Over-Clock is easier right due to it's size? Hasn't each die shrink, reduced over-clock? (A restriction of physics right?... the transistor density increases and takes/eats more power as the component is made smaller, but isn't there then less area to radiate heat. So if I have two 2.7GHz chips, won't the one with the bigger size be easier to cool, and be capable of getting better over-clock speeds? I guess I am asking with the shrinking of Haswell's 22nm to Broadwell's 14nm... won't the OC speed decrease, and won't keeping it cool be more difficult? So what really will these new chips bring to CPU performance? I know the GPU performance will be better but how do they achieve better CPU and battery performance? Again I'm no genius, and much of this is stuff I've picked up while googling (trying to figure out each the processors features and whatnot.) I really am just curious as to how Broadwell will be able to be "better" than Haswell. ...Or am I asking the wrong question? Should I ignore Broadwell and ask about Skylake? lol Thanks for any help, sorry for so many questions and my ignorance. Kal.