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rajgarg
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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
rajgarg   6/12/2013 7:16:37 PM
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How is this not an ARM-paid comment?

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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
Wilco1   6/12/2013 7:12:42 PM
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Looks like Intel-paid marketing. Atom has lower CPU performance than the old Cortex-A9, and is far surpassed by Cortex-A15. Yet in this particular test Atom magically beats A15?

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Jack.L   6/12/2013 5:41:12 PM
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Pretty significant results from the Intel camp. I am not pro or against Intel, but this will have some impact on the naysayers out there. Unless ARM or Qualcomm et. all can make some really fast improvements in power consumption versus processor power, they could take some big hits in sales. I would be wary of my Qualcomm stock holdings.

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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
Jack.L   6/12/2013 5:38:37 PM
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The comparison was against the two types of processors in the Samsung S4, one of the most recently introduced phones based on ARM processors and one of the fastest ARM based units on the market. I don't know why you would not consider that a fair comparison?

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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
Peter Clarke   6/12/2013 3:17:19 PM
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@eewiz It was a typo, now corrected to read Z2580. Thanks for catching.

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resistion   6/12/2013 2:47:19 PM
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32 nm, not trigate yet.

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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
bennetmei   6/12/2013 2:23:27 PM
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Software? Is user experience really the same using Android apps on x86?

eewiz
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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
eewiz   6/12/2013 2:07:44 PM
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It's a typo in the first line.. must be Z2580 instead of Z2850.

bennetmei
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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
bennetmei   6/12/2013 2:04:42 PM
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Lenovo K900

eewiz
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re: Intel processor outperforms Nvidia, Qualcomm, Samsung ICs
eewiz   6/12/2013 2:03:57 PM
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BTW does this chip uses, the 3D trigate process? Process advantage finally showing up for Intel...

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