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Old 19-08-21, 05:00 PM
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Alder Lake Deep Dive - Intel promises a 19% IPC increase with their Performance Cores

Alder Lake will be released later this year.



Read more about Intel's Alder Lake CPU architecture.

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Old 21-08-21, 10:54 AM
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Excellent writeup.
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Lots of improvements it seems. Only took 10 years.
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I don't really care about either AMD or INTEL coming out with more powerful or refreshed desktop CPU chips. They have no value for me. Per Gartner desktop PC shipments have been dropping steadily from 157 million shipped worldwide in 2010 to just 79 million in 2020. Any PC growth at all in 2020 was strictly based on the robust mobile PC market, with "mobile PCs" showing a 49% growth.

NVIDIA it seems puts no real value on add-in PC desktop type GPU's either. It's more money in their pockets to overwhelmingly produce automotive, cellular, consumer appliances, router and laptop chips which have a market share of over 90%. This is what people really need, want and can't do without. A recent 'Nikkei Asia' report indicated: "As to NVIDIA 98% of their customers would never buy any type of 'discrete' GPU unless its baked into the MB."

For the better part of a decade, for me it has always been a Alienware laptop all of the time. Or using my company laptop at same time.Occasionally I started working from the desktop PC that had been gathering dust in my home office. No thank you.Then recently I purchased a premium 4K chromebook for further easy use in my kitchen, garden and prolonged waiting at the DMV. I am by nature a very lazy person and want instant convenience,100% portability and availability. I am confident that mobiles will continue to be the preferred computing method for the masses. Working from a physical office and working from home, (WFH is the new norm) desktop PCs will even further lose out in the marketplace. I guess it's called reality and not good news for the dinosaur which the desktop PC has already become or is surely heading for!
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Old 24-08-21, 01:32 AM
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Per Gartner desktop PC shipments have been dropping steadily from 157 million shipped worldwide in 2010 to just 79 million in 2020. Any PC growth at all in 2020 was strictly based on the robust mobile PC market, with "mobile PCs" showing a 49% growth.
Well you gotta keep in mind that since the beginning of 2020, the pandemic certainly made a huge global impact on basically everything. So it’s not really surprising that those numbers dropped drastically during that time.
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Well you gotta keep in mind that since the beginning of 2020, the pandemic certainly made a huge global impact on basically everything. So it’s not really surprising that those numbers dropped drastically during that time.
Actually the impact you refer to oddly enough was that there was a global "surge" in PC hardware due to the pandemic.

More spending on GPUs, CPU, Mobo etc than compared to 2019 for example. Lock down brought about more reason for many to find something to do or spend money on when everything was shut down. The online world boomed in gaming
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