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Posted by: Anonymousgg
« on: May 01, 2021, 10:30:08 »

slower becausehave they tested little cores?

even if they have tested BIG cores, can answer to the question: normal users how potentially use all powers of 10C of Rocket lake?

Normal users wont buy 10 core chips so this is irrelevant

Rocket Lake doesn't even have 10 cores, so no choice there.

Games and emulators can easily use 8 big cores. Anything after that is up to you. Some people can easily make the case for buying a 16-core 5950X, others are fine with 4 cores.

The hybrid Atom core approach seems reasonable, but the OS and the software have to handle it correctly. It's not a surprise that a benchmarking application might have trouble with it, months before launch.
Posted by: TFK
« on: May 01, 2021, 06:48:47 »

slower becausehave they tested little cores?

even if they have tested BIG cores, can answer to the question: normal users how potentially use all powers of 10C of Rocket lake?

Normal users wont buy 10 core chips so this is irrelevant
Posted by: Ssgsdhgzzfhczxvvvc
« on: May 01, 2021, 05:27:39 »

This has to be one of the lowest ever article I have ever seen. Dude, you are basing this on two sentences written by a person on a korean forum. Wtf?
Posted by: Anil Ganti
« on: May 01, 2021, 02:01:42 »

From the introduction:

"and cost significantly lesser than Intel"

Fixed. My bad. Muscle memory kicked in.
Posted by: Eric
« on: April 30, 2021, 23:39:55 »

From the introduction:

"and cost significantly lesser than Intel"
Posted by: 8&8
« on: April 30, 2021, 19:42:13 »

slower becausehave they tested little cores?

even if they have tested BIG cores, can answer to the question: normal users how potentially use all powers of 10C of Rocket lake?

major clients surf on net, watch YT and stay always on social media, and sometimes play (if they don't use their mobiles) but the rest of 50% of cores are never used.

See M1 on iMac is the perfect answer to this question. With high frequency of RAM/ faster M.2 NVME is irrilevant.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: April 30, 2021, 15:46:54 »

A South Korean Tech forum post claims that Intel's 12th-generation Alder Lake processors at 40% slower than initially anticipated. It also says that Intel's XE DGPU will come with at least 6GB of VRAM and cost significantly lesser than Intel and AMD graphics cards

https://www.notebookcheck.net/New-rumour-suggests-that-Alder-Lake-is-slower-than-initially-anticipated.536166.0.html

 
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