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Thread: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

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    Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    Somewhat similar o the A6 performance at 17 watts (the TDP meant for CULV Sandy Bridge chips utilized in these things). Rather A8 otherwise better while the Bridge raises stakes next year. So far every AMD have that power resources is netbook E-series that is worse as compared to the portable Sandy Bridge in each way. Can they just not hit this objective even at a elevated price point? I recognize that the complete "ultrabook" thing is an Intel-funded project to reside relevant vs. ARM, except the right chips and there must be no motive for the OEMs that don't utilize the designs as well as knowledge they lift for official "ultrabook" models and suggest AMD versions which is more to GPU as compared to CPU.

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    The thought of the ultrabook is to encompass a significant and power efficient ultra-light laptop. ARM is not influential and is not high-end. It's a grand idea if you evaluate a iPad next to a Macbook Air. Both are moveable, but just one has a decent CPU and is actually a full-fledged computer. You can port an ultrabook and boast a machine which can do the whole thing that your office computer can.

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    It will be exciting to spot what the new Trinity APU will carry. There's supposed to be a fresh 17W model which gets superior CPU as well as GPU performance as compared to the existing Llano APUs. Considering that Bulldozer is prepared for elevated clock speeds and must have a bit elevated IPC not to mention much enhanced power consumption (while Llano for laptops is quite fine in that look upon), then it must be true. I have a feeling that we will be like how we are now by means of Sandy Bridge vs. Llano, with much advanced IGP performance and lower CPU performance.

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    You are correct but in some other way, you are wrong as well. Intel is aware that ARM have eaten away the base end of laptop market and will carry on to do so at ever-increasing speed through quad-core A9/A15, Windows 8, the rising number of ARM devices by means of adaptable keyboard designs (the Transformer 2 isn't out to be a toy).

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    First of all I would like to tell you that ARM has not eaten anything on the bottom-end of laptop market. Other thing is that, being quicker than a six-year-old Core Duo within only integer workloads as needed double as many cores and considering exact scaling and this is nothing to boast about. One more thing that I want to tell is that the convertible crap will encompass no significant force on the market.

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    There are some people who are overestimating because there are very less people who are actually making use of their gadgets for something other than storing the content. Tablets are never going to replace the desktops.

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    Re: Is it possible o make an ultrabook chip by AMD

    AMD can do anything as today technology is beyond the limit. But they do not need to do so as they are already good with the product that they are making currently so why to allow people to compare the same brand with different model. So in short, it is possible but not needed for the time.

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