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Slideshow: ARM A57 core revealed

11/1/2012 00:45 AM EDT
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vdara   11/1/2012 4:00:43 AM
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So, seems the signal thread performance of A57 core will be close to that of Intel Yonah core (Core microarchitecture), and a bit lower than that of Merom core (Core 2 microarchitecture), if SpecInt2000 can be taken linearly, which was designed to. SpecInt2000 scores (http://www.spec.org/cpu2000/results/cint2000.html): Core Duo T2600@2.17G = 1796 Core 2 Duo T7400@2.17G = 2284 They were released in 2006 (Jan and Aug?), and TDPs are 31W and 34W respectively.

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