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New part of the die revealed
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What is that part suppose to be?
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What is that part suppose to be?

That there's the Northbridge.

WRmfeZ2.jpg
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What is that part suppose to be?
I think it is the UVD (unified video decoder) either that or the mc (memory controller) which would have been moved closer to the L2 and PADS to reduce latency.

going by this pic
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That there's the Northbridge.

WRmfeZ2.jpg
Did it get bigger or did they just cut it funny?
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I think it's just the way they cut it. Kinda odd how they're putting focus on all these different aspects of the die logic.
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Cache was also already highlighted previously. Seems like they're just highlighting random parts of the die.
 
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http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily/2014/04/22/intel-8b-to-10b-needed-to-break-even-in-wireless-says-morgan-stanley/?mod=yahoobarrons&ru=yahoo

The ones saying Intel will bleed money due to their foundries may be right but on the other hand if Intel can keep controll over laptop, desktop and server markets they'll be fine

Interesting blog. I think the mobile market is a bit overrated at the moment, for new investments at least. If all investors flock on the same idea, the idea is ruined. At the same time, the biggest contribution is something rarely heard: People won't buy a new smartphone until their current one dies. They won't need more than Youtube most of them, and if that. But they will need a powerful computer. At least something like a laptop or a gigantic tablet (practically a laptop truth be told). Many of them will love a desktop because they will eventually realize it's nonsense to spend money on something that never leaves a desk when it's mobile.

The desktop is coming back and will never die.

I guarantee it.
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Interesting blog. I think the mobile market is a bit overrated at the moment, for new investments at least. If all investors flock on the same idea, the idea is ruined. At the same time, the biggest contribution is something rarely heard: People won't buy a new smartphone until their current one dies. They won't need more than Youtube most of them, and if that. But they will need a powerful computer. At least something like a laptop or a gigantic tablet (practically a laptop truth be told). Many of them will love a desktop because they will eventually realize it's nonsense to spend money on something that never leaves a desk when it's mobile.

The desktop is coming back and will never die.

I guarantee it.

I think Desktop is shrinking, but not shrinking in volume but in size of the desktop themselves. mATX to ITX. Full sized computers seem ridiculous these days.
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That there's the Northbridge.

WRmfeZ2.jpg

The Jaguar cores by reference design appear so simple and small. I hope people know that AMD's processors in die size are significantly smaller than Intel's while remaining still larger in fabrication. I'm not sure if it's because they utilize as much space as possible or it's because of crazy additional cache Intel tacks on. I know for a fact that L3 takes up a huge amount of die capacity.
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I think Desktop is shrinking, but not shrinking in volume but in size of the desktop themselves. mATX to ITX. Full sized computers seem ridiculous these days.

ITX is ridiculous if you ask me. They buy a gigantic furniture for their gigantic TV but oh no, I need a tiny computer that overheats and it's slow.
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