Hey guys I'm in a bit of a dilemma at the moment. I want to upgrade my current Sandy Bridge rig to something much better. There are people who say that after Sandy Bridge, each increment in Intel's "tick-tock" evolution will only result in a 10% to 15% increase in performance. The new fabrication processes will result in better efficiency and lower power consumption but not in computing power. Since Broadwell will be based on a 14nm process but will have the same architecture of Haswell, will the main benefits be on power consumption? So will Intel's Skylake lineup which will be based on new architecture and 14nm fabrication process be the next step forward? Intel already confirmed that they will be delaying Broadwell until early 2015 at the earliest so we can probably expect Skylake in 2016. So next year will be another Haswell refresh. So I guess getting Haswell now will be a worthy investment?