Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 30 Jul 2010.
been itching to get on with a new ITX build, looks like a board based around this chip would be a winner.
That's stunning. I'll hold off building my HTPC until this launches then
Looks very promising.
Looks promising, though I think I'd be more receptive of it if it could match the performance of the 250u listed; still if it can do all this in the power/thermal envelope of the Atom, that'd be impressive.
Very impressive indeed.
Why they tested on Server 2008 R2 for an atom oriented type of chip could indicate that Low-power servers may also be powered by such chips...
How many could fit in a 1U blade ?
Pretty shifty benchmark, 3 different operating systems (Yes I know they are the same core). Still it looks like they made a good low power CPU for a HTPC with the integrated GPU.
Will a version of this be hitting the gap between netbooks and cheap laptops sort of where the CULV processors sit or is neo challenging that spot?
And the next thing we know, Intel issues press release : Next Gen Atom, with similar TDP but tripled performance bound... one month before Ontario launches.
11-12" netbook with this is a complete win.
You mean 1.352 GFlops, not 1,352. 1,352 GFlops puts it on par with the GTX480.
(On the continent, they use a comma where we use a decimal point. The french call it 'le point' I believe.)
You could say 1,352 Megaflops...
Yes. Is it effectively replacing Neo in that area.
Llano will be replacing the regular laptop lineup.
AFAIK AMD (per their roadmaps) does not plan to offer a triple or dual core Llano for laptops, only quad-core, which leads me to assume Ontario will fill that segment.
wow that could be an Atom killer right there given the wider range of support and most likely HD support as well. hmm I have a 12" ION Netbook but I would be happy to replace it with a similar model of this. ^_^ and I bet will have much better battery life too.
crazyceo are you seriously uninterested in a new product that could give the mobile market a proper shakeup? or maybe suspect fanboy-ism is at work...
looks like Intel needs to step their game up on the low powered CPUs now. Interesting turn of events.
numbers look pretty damn impressive, but why make it a x86 architecture? Why not x64?
Everybody listen CrazyCeo was simply born with a negative outlook on life, if you notice ALL his post tend to be negative so dont waste your time with him and just move on for more worth wild post.
No, I've seen some positive posts
I'd only say that he has an unusually negative outlook on AMD and ATI products in general.
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