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ISSCC: Samsung big.little, but no Intel, Nvidia CPUs

11/19/2012 05:01 AM EST
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JackCrabbe
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JackCrabbe   11/28/2012 9:06:48 PM
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Rick, thx for insight on this new Samsung offering. I see they have targeted 2MB L2$ for A15 cluster - any word on L2$ size for the A7 cluster?

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rick merritt   11/21/2012 7:25:07 PM
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Maybe at Hot Chips next August we can hear about a 28nm Godson

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glennthera   11/20/2012 6:01:02 PM
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Rick, thnx 4 the update on China's Godson! Will let u know if I get any updates about Project Denver from Nvidia sources!

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glennthera   11/20/2012 6:44:13 AM
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Thnx a lot Rick, was waiting on big.Little news from Samsung 4 a long time! Let's see what Nvidia n Intel come up with now!

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rick merritt   11/20/2012 1:10:38 AM
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Anybody heard anything about Nvidia's Project Denver?

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