100 Core Processor

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  1. sxyadii

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    Four Times faster than Intel Nehalem-Ex.


    http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2009/10/tilera-100-cores/

     
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    A third player will increase competition in the market and I HOPE reduce prices. Nehalem for 8k anyone?
     
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    This is more suited for Military & Nuclear Operations than for normal computing.
     
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    That's what they would have said about the core i7 a couple of years ago. :)
     
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    but it takes 3times power consumption than Nehalem-Ex
     
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    Ummm... If I read that article correctly they also have lower core models, which, if optimised could compete with AMD/Intel too.
     
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    I think the article 3rd of the power means 1/3..........
     
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