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Sunday, 9 August 2020

AMD's new patent is an awkward copy of Intel's Lakefield architecture


Hybrid computing is when one processing device uses two (or more) different architectures optimized for different purposes. In this case, AMD wants to create a more power-efficient laptop CPU/APU without sacrificing features. To do so they’re using a “high-feature processor” that does everything quickly and a “low-feature processor” that does...

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