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FireBadTreePretty
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FireBadTreePretty   6/13/2013 6:01:34 PM
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What! You forgot to pick up your check. Or do you just like to post Intel FUD.

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eewiz   6/13/2013 5:39:41 PM
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You missed the current drain part... It's same performance at half the power

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JLB911   6/13/2013 4:03:16 PM
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Am I mistaken or what??? The benchmark results do not show Intel outperforming the ARMs. It appears only marginally better than the Exynos one and it underperforms when compared to the others (CPU, 2D, 3D and Performance Index... forget about the RAM access, which does not mean much).

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chipmonk0   6/13/2013 3:09:01 PM
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DELIBERATELY USING CAPITAL TO DRAW THE ATTENTION OF PETER CLARKE : Considering the significance of these test results and the controversy it has raised ( as seen from the Comments here ) will it be possible for you ask ABI Research to provide additional technical details on (a) the Benchmark programs ( were they industry standard ? ), test procedures for measuring current nto CPU etc.

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ntz   6/13/2013 2:35:12 PM
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Now tell us, how much did Intel pay you to put this piece of **** on?

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mcgrathdylan   6/13/2013 2:32:45 PM
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@FireBadTreePretty- thanks for sharing your opinion. But for the record This is not paid Intel marketing.

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Wilco1   6/13/2013 1:20:07 PM
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Yes it is a well-known fact that browsers and JIT compilers vary a lot in performance, even between versions. Worse, it's relatively easy to use compiler tricks to make tiny JIT benchmarks (such as SunSpider) appear much faster than they really are. So if you want to compare actual performance then these micro benchmarks don't provide a good estimate - not for native performance and not for JIT compiled code.

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sw guy   6/13/2013 10:50:43 AM
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Well, if benchmark source language is java, then JVM (JIT compiler that is) implementation may matter more more than actual CPU architecture. And Intel is not novice regarding compilers.

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resistion   6/13/2013 3:29:15 AM
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Since 22 nm is also quad core compared to 32 nm dual core, that might be right.

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justfine   6/13/2013 12:50:23 AM
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Intel at Computex said the 22nm Merrifield will boost performance by 50 percent while reducing energy comsumption

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