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Chips and Cheese – The Devil is in the Details

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Dec 2023 4
Jan 2024 5
Feb 2024 4
Mar 2024 4
Apr 2024 2

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Intel’s Ambitious Meteor Lake iGPU
Intel and AMD both tried to ship iGPUs fast enough to compete with low end discrete cards over the past 10 years with mixed results. Recently though, powerful iGPUs have been thrown back into the …
On , by clamchowder, 3,311 words
Inside Control Data Corporation’s CDC 6600
Computers fill essential roles in modern, growing economies. Banks, airlines, and other large business have used computers to efficiently handle large amounts of data. As these businesses grow and cope with ever larger datasets, their …
On , by clamchowder, 1,643 words
Why x86 Doesn’t Need to Die
Hackaday recently published an article titled “Why x86 Needs to Die” – the latest addition in a long-running RISC vs CISC debate. Rather than x86 needing to die, I believe the RISC vs CISC debate …
On , by clamchowder, 2,320 words