How do you know the 20nm Exynos doesn't overheat and throttle down in the real world? They are sold only in Korea and China.
Oh yeah, Samsung does well in benchmarks especially geekbench.
Samsung has jumped to 14nm without working out all the issues on 20nm. I wouldn't be surprised if Samsung like Apple is eating the high cost of producing their chips due to low yields.
on the LG Flex 2.
Its over for SOC's for Qualcomm.
especially geekbench for which it is rigged. But in real life apps, it will overheat and throttle down same as Qualcom's 810. Just watch.
forced to throttle down bigtime in LG Flex 2.
No more flagships for QCOM. Soon they will sell their SOC biz to the Chinese and exist on royalties.
Looks like that dude no longer believes in tegra. LOL.
it seems. They like to call it the REGRESSION of Moores law.
Its SOC chip business is done which will be clear to all you folk here next year.
The problem is INTC and semiconductors are going nowhere. They have to expand beyond semis to grow and for that you need a CEO with balls. Maybe the foundry venture will work, but so far there aren't any results.
This whole semi sector is a DUD.
840M chips according to anandtech. So looks like Nvidia like AMD is trying to CON people into buying their sheet.
the industry is headed. No one except the Chinese will be able to make a profit selling into this market.
So Nvidia is going backwards in terms of performance with higher numerals (940 vs 840) to fool the poor duds who buy the thing. LOL.
People buy computers because the older one does not meet their needs, not because of some new chip or some new feature. At least this is true for the majority of the corporate and consumer buying.
QCOM is on a downward spiral and no amount of buybacks or dividend increases can help it. By the end of next year, it will have dumped its SOC business and exist solely on royalties. QCOM chips are too expensive to take on Mediatek and Intel who are selling these things at cost.