Re: All PCs with Intel x86 chips vulnerable to hacking

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Trolls like you should stick to words from books of gynacology.


Read the original post again troll and weep:


  
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You are 1000% wrong troll.

The performance of PC is still stuck around 10MHz bus speed when applications
such as big data hit the RAM page swapping barrier.

The ARM is stuck there as well.

Behind a network connection, there is no way to tell which type
of PC is doing the processing - all have similar limits.

If ARM processor exits the window manager in Linux and its got 2GB RAM
and has SSD, its performance is no different to a PC.

It boots up at the same speed as a PC for starters where these 10MHz
bottlenecks can't be overcome.

But ARM delivers all this for a fraction of the power.
About 10% of the power required by Intel CPUs.

Datacenters have lots of ARM servers now.
You are unlikely to notice the difference.

The very latest ARMs have upped generic IO limit to around 100MHz.
But the memory chips to run at those speeds are small and expensive.

The latest Cortex-M4 chips can play Doom for example.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRNcfsDIc2A


Its as fast as the original PC versions of Doom at a fraction
of the power and resources, all thanks to its faster bus speeds.

The Cortex-M7 have sound added and runs uCLinux already.

Altogther very interesting the next ARM supercomputer  
clocking in at around 1W-5W will be.



Re: All PCs with Intel x86 chips vulnerable to hacking
On 2015-08-08 5:15 PM, 7 wrote:
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It's too bad you can't spell "gynecology." Had you been using Windows,
it would have provided you with something Linux has a lot of trouble
with: a spellchecker.

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I'm not, but it's nice of you to think so, "President" Pig Man.

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You mean an x86 processor. Except that we're talking about the x86-64
processors people are putting into their machines now. As it is, not one
ARM processor is able to compete with x86-64 processors when it comes to
raw performance. ARM processors are ONLY better when it comes to
electricity usage because they were designed to save power, not perform.
All _reputable_ sites are on my side when it comes to making this claim
whereas NO EVIDENCE WHATSOEVER supports your claim. Here's just one
which explains this for you since you're a dumbass
<http://liliputing.com/2012/02/fastest-arm-chips-are-comparable-to-intels-slowest-atom-chips.html

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Of course not, that would be inconvenient for someone who lies as
profusely as you do!

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Except that Intel already has a solution to the competition from ARM in
the form of the Intel Atom. Atom delivers superior performance with
power consumption which is very close to what ARM delivers. In the end,
your beloved ARM looks like a joke.

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Of course not, that would make your lie all the more noticeable if I did!

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I'm sure that the impressionable Linux losers will believe you but
people who actually know a thing or two about processors see right
through your idiotic claims and lies. Fuck you and ask your mom for a
higher allowance so that you can get out of her basement from time to time.

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99 of 100 computer users agree: Linux sucks

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Re: All PCs with Intel x86 chips vulnerable to hacking
A.M wrote:


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Huzzah! You can!!! :)


Here read the original posta again troll, and weep if you must:


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You are 1000% wrong troll.

The performance of PC is still stuck around 10MHz bus speed when applications
such as big data hit the RAM page swapping barrier.

The ARM is stuck there as well.

Behind a network connection, there is no way to tell which type
of PC is doing the processing - all have similar limits.

If ARM processor exits the window manager in Linux and its got 2GB RAM
and has SSD, its performance is no different to a PC.

It boots up at the same speed as a PC for starters where these 10MHz
bottlenecks can't be overcome.

But ARM delivers all this for a fraction of the power.
About 10% of the power required by Intel CPUs.

Datacenters have lots of ARM servers now.
You are unlikely to notice the difference.

The very latest ARMs have upped generic IO limit to around 100MHz.
But the memory chips to run at those speeds are small and expensive.

The latest Cortex-M4 chips can play Doom for example.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRNcfsDIc2A


Its as fast as the original PC versions of Doom at a fraction
of the power and resources, all thanks to its faster bus speeds.

The Cortex-M7 have sound added and runs uCLinux already.

Altogther very interesting the next ARM supercomputer  
clocking in at around 1W-5W will be.


Re: All PCs with Intel x86 chips vulnerable to hacking
On 2015-08-09 5:50 AM, 7 wrote:

< propaganda >

Unread.

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FUN FACT: Cubans would rather risk imprisonment for using Windows than
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