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AMD Could Place x86 and ARM Cores on the Same Silicon: Report

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. TRWOV

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    Didn't we already know this? The ARM chip is supposed to be an hypervisor. I recall reading about this on TPU about two months ago... maybe at Tom's?
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    maybe an example might help, exactly how would you have said that:p,, right add five beers to ya brain,, now ya with me then:toast:

    grama tarts annoy me as much as my grama anoys them so its all even m8

    and im also probably right so plus points me :p:D
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    i think they will be Succeed with this, better than working on FX cpu's , as APU's doing well
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    So, why they sold Imageon ???
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    Interesting... Do any of you remember the "leaked" xbox 720 papers from some months ago? Where it described microsofts vision for the next xbox.
    It had just a few possible technical specs, but the interesting was it would have an arm based co-cpu for running the OS, and leverage the big cpu to do all the grunt work when gaming etc.

    Looks like we are seeing the beginnings of a new trend.

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