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Intel CPU prices going up? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
Intel's processor prices have been going up recently, rather than down. They're blaming it on production problems. Intel has been well known to be stuck on the 14nm node for a while now. Instead of going towards 10nm they just keep incrementing their 14nm with plus signs, what are they up to...
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November 15th 18 09:53 AM
by Paul[_28_] Go to last post
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Mikä olisi hyvä dvb-t tikku ? by Auno Long
Siis .. VAUDE! _____________________ 08.05.2008 jää historiaan hetkenä joka kiistatta osoitti miten maailmanennätysvauhtia suorastaan megaromahtanut ydinvoiman kannatus konkretisoi laajassa rintamassa myös Suomessa. Miten tällainen saavutus on edes teoriassa mahdolista maassa, jossa...
December 8th 08 11:27 AM
by Auno Long Go to last post
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It is all over for teh US, Osama has won? The pitfalls of the US SS (Homeland security) by Jan Panteltje
http://www.nytimes.com/2004/04/22/opinion/22FRIE.html So, had some time while the processor usage is over 100% and I just have to wait (oops finished now) for the processing. So I started reading CNN, and was happy to see that at least SOME people see what I noticed earlier, see above...
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May 21st 04 06:56 AM
by George Macdonald Go to last post
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How many x86 instructions? by Yousuf Khan[_2_]
I was asked this question recently, and I just realized that I really don't know the answer to this. I may have known at one time, but I don't anymore, as things have moved on since I last used to do assembly programming. How many instructions are there in modern x86 processors? These days it...
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April 26th 14 11:29 AM
by Stanley Daniel de Liver Go to last post
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Mitä eroa on kakella ja Kakella - Osa II by Teuvo Friman
Maailmaa parhaillaan silpova ydinpäästöjen synnyttämä nälänhätä alkaa saada sellaiset mittasuhteet, ettei sellaista olla nähty maailmansotien 40-luvun. Suomessa ei tietysti poliittisesta harhaisuudesta ja kaunasta johtuvan ydinhaihattelujen yms. takia olla tajuttu päälle kaatuvan...
December 1st 08 10:46 AM
by Teuvo Friman Go to last post
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Luca Brasi dorme con i pesci by Seppo
TEM TYÖ JA ELINKEINOMINISTERIÖ ________________________ Helsingissä 27. päivänä toukokuuta 2008 "Mielipiteitten esittäminen julkisuuteen nettiin valtiovallan erityissuojeluksessa." "Voi esittää mielipiteitä ja antaa ydinkriittisiä lausuntoja kirjallisesti
November 20th 08 09:45 PM
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Seagate buys Maxtor by YKhan
Seagate gets Maxtor - vnunet.com http://www.vnunet.com/crn/news/2147829/seagate-gets-maxtor Storage vendor Seagate has entered into an agreement to aquire rival vendor Maxtor in an all stock transaction. The agreement has been unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies...
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January 5th 06 02:35 AM
by tony Go to last post
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Is Itanium the first 64-bit casualty? by mivpl
Interesting reading here, and very common-sense. Itanium may be the next casualty in the 64-bit wars, when Itanium was the one that caused the 64-bit wars to start in the first place. http://www.infoworld.com/article/04/...nterwin_1.html Yousuf Khan -- Humans: contact me at ykhan at rogers dot...
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July 7th 09 06:07 AM
by Robert Myers Go to last post
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Interesting read about upcoming K9 processors by Yousuf Khan
http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20040726PR202.html This interview with Tyan president Symon Chang provided the following quotes: "Around 2006, when the market moves to AMD's next generation of chips, you will be able to go over 8-way. What I mean is that with eight sockets, and dual cores, you...
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August 23rd 04 11:25 PM
by Nate Edel Go to last post
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AMD to leave x86 behind? by YKhan
No real details here, just a "stay tuned" message, but that should be enough to start wild speculations running. "One strategic path that will knock you for a loop, and which I'll detail soon, is AMD's coming escape from the confines of Intel's x86 instruction set. To this point, AMD has resisted...
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January 7th 06 03:03 PM
by Andy Glew Go to last post
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Why Pentium? by Talal Itani
Hello, I am in the market for a good computer, with a dual-core CPU. I keep reading that Athlon is better than Pentium, Athlon is faster than Pentium, and Athlon is lower priced than Pentium. But if that is the case, why do most businesses have Pentium based PCs and not Athlon based PCs?...
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July 27th 06 11:10 PM
by Miske Go to last post
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New Itanium chips cost just $744 by Yousuf Khan
The new low-cost, low-power "Deerfield" Itanium 2 chips released today are the cheapest in the Itanium family ever. The 1.0Ghz costs $744, while the 1.4Ghz costs $1172: http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=75&ncid=75&e=2&u=/nf/20030908/tc_nf/22235 Yousuf Khan
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November 13th 03 09:58 PM
by bill davidsen Go to last post
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photonic x86 CPU design by Nathan Bates
A rumor is that yet another x86 startup company (as in Cyrix) has opened shop on Freedom Circle (which by no coincidence, is next-door to Transmeta). Dozens of tech companies tried to compete in the x86 arena and all failed (including AMD in terms of profitability). The twist is that this x86 CPU...
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December 30th 05 05:07 PM
by Eric Go to last post
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"TLB parity error in virtual array; TLB error 'instruction"? by Ant[_3_]
Hello. Lately, I have been getting random and rare kernel panics on my old Debian/Linux box (tried both Kernel versions 2.6.30 and 2.6.32). I couldn't figure out what it was until I discovered mcelog a couple days ago, and it revealed interesting scary datas in my dmesg/messages and syslog: #...
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July 1st 10 04:50 PM
by Ant[_3_] Go to last post
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AMD has the answer for Intel by Tony Hill
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 13:39:39 -0500, Ed wrote: Fast forward a decade or two, and some might say Intel is one bit short of a byte. Itanium, its 64-bit processor, is selling slowly however you count it. Like all chip manufacturers, Intel does not give out its own figures, but...
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October 17th 03 04:34 PM
by chrisv Go to last post
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65nm news from Intel by Yousuf Khan
http://www.reuters.com/locales/c_newsArticle.jsp?type=technologyNews&localeKey=en_IN&storyID=6098883 Yousuf Khan
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October 9th 04 11:36 PM
by Eugene Miya Go to last post
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WinXP asennus ei onnistu by Joel Maier
Taitaisiko olla jo kolmatta viikoa putkeen , kun jatkuvat yöpakkaset koettelevat ydinaavikoituvaa Suomeamme jo ilman loppua? Joka tapauksessa jälleen kerran oli kovat pakkasjaksot ja huurakuuraa maat valkoisenaan. Ei kuulu tiedotusmonopoleissamme paljon lauluja siitä, että minne katosi ne...
November 24th 08 04:19 AM
by Joel Maier Go to last post
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Intel strikes back with a parallel x86 design by Jim Brooks
Signs and portents as JMS would say. Stevel Jobs does a 180' and enthusiastically becomes Intel's bedfellow on the basis of a compelling roadmap. That roadmap has to be pretty darned interesting. Intel claims they aren't developing Hyperthreading anymore. But Intel now knows all the issues...
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October 28th 05 02:34 AM
by keith Go to last post
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4.0Ghz P4 now officially cancelled by Yousuf Khan
Will now concentrate on 2MB L2 caches instead. http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=19089 Yousuf Khan -- Humans: contact me at ykhan at rogers dot com Spambots: just reply to this email address ;-)
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November 5th 04 07:22 PM
by Tony Hill Go to last post
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Is Itanium the first 64-bit casualty? by Yousuf Khan
Interesting reading here, and very common-sense. Itanium may be the next casualty in the 64-bit wars, when Itanium was the one that caused the 64-bit wars to start in the first place. http://www.infoworld.com/article/04/06/25/26enterwin_1.html Yousuf Khan -- Humans: contact me at ykhan at rogers...
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August 24th 04 08:43 AM
by Tom Payne Go to last post
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