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Is this really necessary?
I mean,hardware is moving way.........too fast for software to catch up.

yes it is
you have to remember that intel is a business and so is AMD
they live to get profit/money $$ wink.gif

....or is it the software designers being lazy and not coding their software to the most updated tech? wink.gif jk just a thought cool.gif
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Is this really necessary?
I mean,hardware is moving way.........too fast for software to catch up.

Sometimes it's a good thing if you think about it. More performance with newer tech. (sorry if it sounds off. It sounds a lot better in my head. tongue.gif)
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Is this really necessary?
I mean,hardware is moving way.........too fast for software to catch up.

Smaller fabrications yield less voltage = cooler temperatures and less power costs.
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Originally Posted by 5entinel;12451082 
Is this really necessary?
I mean,hardware is moving way.........too fast for software to catch up.

no it's just the Devs being lazy ass wanting to never learn anything new. and just work on something they are familiar with and easy to cash on...

If big software companies had the same enthusiasm as AMD/intel for their jobs. they would keep up and have awesome apps and product that would use such things.
    
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Makes my 65nm seem ancient... which it already is tongue.gif
Damn, I can't even remember 2005...
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no it's just the Devs being lazy ass wanting to never learn anything new. and just work on something they are familiar with and easy to cash on...

If big software companies had the same enthusiasm as AMD/intel for their jobs. they would keep up and have awesome apps and product that would use such things.

I think the lag is also due to the part that companies don't want to spend the money to keep up with the fast paced ever changing world of technology for one...

Secondly, Software developers are very expensive, and even more expensive if you need a large team for a project, and for this reason they are usually hired on a as needed basis, unless the company is huge and must provide ongoing support for their software...

I don't really see a need to advance Computer Hardware for Desktops much further, if you can't get by with what you got, then I don't know what I can say, get an Application Server? (Or does $10,000 to $30,000 scare you?)

When will these people learn, it doesn't matter what you think...

It matters only how much money you have!

Because if you have the money, you can get whatever you want, end of discussion!
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Makes my 65nm seem ancient... which it already is tongue.gif
Damn, I can't even remember 2005...

Stop licking your monitor and go out to eat! tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
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Is this really necessary?
I mean,hardware is moving way.........too fast for software to catch up.

I think many were looking at the last part of your statement and not considering the first..

No, it's not necessary, generally speaking (for most consumers)...

It has a market / niche, and that niche will not include you and me! biggrin.gif
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I had to chuckle when the article mentioned ending the week on a high note due to the Oregon visit by Obama. They failed to mention the strong protests going on outside tongue.gif This particular plant has lost a lot of high tech jobs that have gone overseas.
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This and 10-core server processors. They really want to stay at the top.
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