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Are you stating your opinion or do you have hard facts; if so provide them.

Unless people have worked with ARM or understand the architecture please don't provide biased posts.

This is a major step for the CPU sector especially in terms of efficiency. The ARM cortex is a great architecture and the new implementations, depending on die size and speed, will be competitive.

x86 is very old and inefficient; it's time for it to be replaced.

It mostly is my opinion, the reason being is because if ARM was so amazing Intel and AMD would have touched it along time ago. As you also said x86 is a dying instruction set which will end up limiting it and you know it. RISC is what will be its major downfall.

If anything I expect it to only compete with Intel and AMD's Dual Cores, but nothing beyond that.
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I would buy an nvidia cpu
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It mostly is my opinion, the reason being is because if ARM was so amazing Intel and AMD would have touched it along time ago. As you also said x86 is a dying instruction set which will end up limiting it and you know it. RISC is what will be its major downfall.

If anything I expect it to only compete with Intel and AMD's Dual Cores, but nothing beyond that.
It is stupid that we are even using x86 still. Even Microsoft mentioned it and Intel. In order to provide backwards compatibility you need to include old instructions. Portions of the CPU are not being used because of this, leading to wasted space. Instructions that took 9-12 clock cycles can now be done in 1-2.

AMD and Intel are not snatching this up is because of the infrastructure developed around x86. Its a cat and mouse game. Too much would have to change in order to incorporate an ARM chip.

And yes you can have 4 cores with ARM. It depends on the company implementing it. This will be competitive in the next two years.

You can't guess why things are not done by companies. There always are reasons.

ARM is a very powerful architecture and if you have worked on it, you would see its potential.
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