Qualcomm to introduce a 12-core ARM-based desktop CPU in 2024

Qualcomm to introduce a 12-core ARM-based desktop CPU in 2024

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  • Anonymous
  • lkg

hmm, 3 hours agoThere is no way it will take the Qualcomm chip over Intel or AMD. It’s just no way for me to be like… plusAsk Samsung to make laptops with exynos

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  • Anonymous
  • lkg

Anonymous, 3 hours agoQualcomm’s current benchmark is APPLE M2 on mackbook Pro 2022 M2 MB Pro Geekbench Single/ Mu… plusThe i9 gen13 does not exceed 13,000?

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There is no way it will take the Qualcomm chip over Intel or AMD. It’s just no way for me to be as good as I can be. Maybe 10 years from now, if they still exist, at least then the mistakes are known and they don’t need to live through them. I just don’t trust the new chip makers for desktops or laptops. They are not new to making chips, but they are new to desktop.

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  • Anonymous
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Qualcomm current benchmark is APPLE M2 on macbook Pro

2022 M2 MB Pro Geekbench Single/ Multiple: 1911/8990

Currently with 8cX Gen 3 they get a score: 1107/5897

There’s still so much to catch

But since NUVIA will be released in 2024, it should perform better than Apple’s M4 chip, which is a tall order.

Additionally, Qualcomm will use the Intel 20A foundry process starting in 2025.

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  • Anonymous
  • lkg

you have to suffer, 5 hours agoIf phone manufacturers made liquid nitrogen cooling possible, then it wouldn’t be a problem if… plusDo you know how cold liquid nitrogen is? The whole phone would freeze.

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  • Anonymous
  • lkg

May be in pair with M3

Anonymous, 4 hours agoif you’re using iOS, yes, you can follow Apple. but it’s a different operating system and a different approach to… plusHowever, the Android CPU cannot run iOS. even both are on ARM platform. the file format of your operating system is proprietary. Can’t say the same for macos on windows laptops.

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  • Anonymous
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EsseLowNitro, 5 hours agoIdeally (in my opinion), they should follow Apple’s core design (2 large + 4 medium cores… plusif you’re using iOS, yes, you can follow Apple.
but its different OS and its different approach also at Apple not only is its chip efficient but its OS is mostly fully optimizer for that CPU. You can tell because your operating system is so perfect that it makes your CPU so efficient.
now the question can apple cpu run other operating system (android) than ios? …..
I do not think
Can Android’s CPU run iOS?…
i think you can

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Appol bionics is better this this

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  • Anonymous
  • gDf

8 performance cores… the thing could have super strong performance

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you have to suffer, 6 hours agowhen will Qualcomm make a 12 core cpu for mobile phones? 8 cores are overrated 五五 xiaomi would use… plusIdeally (in my opinion) they should follow Apple’s core design (2 big cores + 4 middle cores), but to do this they would need to tweak the ARM cores a bit more than they already do (with Kryo probably just doing some cache and frontend changes). The Qualcomm-Nuvia core design is perfect to fulfill the role of these 2 big cores, but the problem lies in the 4 middle cores. No current ARM core is as powerful and efficient as Apple’s intermediate cores.

In case you’re not convinced that this core design is theoretically perfect, the large core can be used for peak (burst) processing needs, such as launching applications, etc… And it can still provide amazing single threaded sustained performance, amazing multi-threaded performance because there are 2 of these big cores + 4 mildly powerful cores as well, and for mild to low sustained performance needs, the middle 4 cores would be powerful enough and efficient enough to such tasks.

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you have to suffer, 5 hours agoIf phone manufacturers made liquid nitrogen cooling possible, then it wouldn’t be a problem if… plusLN will NEVER be possible. It is always a finite cooling capacity. You can’t just reuse LN, which makes it useless to general consumers.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3YES

you have to suffer, 6 hours agowhen will Qualcomm make a 12 core cpu for mobile phones? 8 cores are overrated 五五 xiaomi would use… plusI’m not sure if multicore performance is that important.

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Vonikhsat S Metra, 6 hours agoThey bought Nuvia two years ago! What takes them so long?These things take a long time to happen. The microarchitectures we have today (ARM’s Cortex-X2, Apple’s Avalanche and Blizzard, AMD’s, etc…) have been around for a few years. Some are just minor changes from their respective predecessors, but it still takes a long time to go from design, to factories, to devices, and then to the consumer market.

And the fact that Qualcomm is introducing a chip with a Nuvia-designed CPU core in 2024 is incredible considering that when they bought Nuvia, the company wanted to make a CPU core for servers, and Qualcomm changed the design goal: it changed the tires. of this car in the middle of the trip, basically. (idek if this expression makes sense tbh)

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  • Anonymous
  • dQT

Lag after lag means it will be no better than other brands AMD, Apple, Intel. Let’s hope it stays competitive.

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  • just some random guy
  • EwD

My eyes lit up the moment I read that I was going to wear the Nuvia design. Finally

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  • Anonymous
  • nfJ

Let’s hope they don’t release underpowered chips again.

Anonymous, 6 hours agoWell, heat is another factor in this. It will just make the already existing problem even more… plusIf phone manufacturers made liquid nitrogen cooling possible, then it wouldn’t be a problem if it’s interchangeable and easy to use. but there may not be room for it.

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  • Anonymous
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you have to suffer, 6 hours agowhen will Qualcomm make a 12 core cpu for mobile phones? 8 cores are overrated 五五 xiaomi would use… plusWell, heat is another factor in this. It will just make the existing problem even worse unless phone manufacturers make better cooling systems.

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you have to suffer, 6 hours agowhen will Qualcomm make a 12 core cpu for mobile phones? 8 cores are overrated 五五 xiaomi would use… plusIt would be better if they developed CPU threads for mobile devices.
8 core CPUs are overkill.

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