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|1st June 2010, 15:37||#1|
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ARM Readies Dual Core CPU Onslaught With 1.2 GHz Snapdragon
There's no secret why the ARM architecture has trounced the x86 architecture in the mobile arena. The lowest Intel mobile processors (utilizing the Atom architecture) can get is 0.65 W (800 MHz Silverthorne, Atom Z Series), while ARM processors are typically well below half a watt in power consumption.
Overall, at similar clock speeds, the ARM architecture simply appears to hold certain power efficiency advantages. The natural question becomes, if ARM can work such wonders in the power sensitive mobile arena, could it compete in the more computing-power sensitive netbook/notebook arena.
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