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Intel outlook clouded by weak demand, analyst says

1/9/2013 05:08 PM EST
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vdara
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vdara   1/9/2013 11:41:51 PM
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Yeah, this is a typical marketing thing. Engineering point of view, it'd be better to just say 13W TDP, 10W cTDP Down, and 7W SDP. But are they increasingly more desperate? Probably not. According to http://www.anandtech.com/show/6536/arm-vs-x86-the-real-showdown/13, the TDP of Exynos 5250 Dual can be 8W (4W CPU + 4W GPU). Now, the question is could the "7W" IVB core outperforms A15 core by 2?

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help.fulguy   1/9/2013 11:20:40 PM
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@ Chipconn***, give me a TDP number for any PowerPC or ARM processor. Lets see who publishes it on thier website.

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help.fulguy   1/9/2013 11:17:35 PM
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There you go again Ricky. With your Bullsh**ing all over. Write Facts not opinions. I may have to give you a course on journalism.

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ChipConnoisseur   1/9/2013 10:35:29 PM
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They seem to be increasingly more desperate, and are starting to lie about how good their new chips really are, as a consequence of that: http://www.theverge.com/2013/1/9/3856050/intel-candid-explains-misleading-7w-ivy-bridge-marketing

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