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    Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    These are the KX-6000 series CPUs, said to perform on a par with Intel 7th gen Core i5s.
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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    So when's Hexus going to get their hands on one for review.

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Beijing is looking to replace all foreign software and computers in government offices and public institutions within 3 years
    But if the UK government had have excluded Huawei from our 5G network then Beijing claimed it would be an 'outrage'. Hmmm, pot kettle black comes to mind.

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    VIA... oh my... smells of oldschool ^^

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazywhores View Post
    But if the UK government had have excluded Huawei from our 5G network then Beijing claimed it would be an 'outrage'. Hmmm, pot kettle black comes to mind.
    It's only western culture that is caught up with being fair. China knows that, and exploits it fully. They have no moral high ground to fall from, whereas we run around thinking we're the pinnacle of human morality.

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    @Crazywhores/@Dashers, I was going to say something similar to your two comments but there's no point when you've summed it up.
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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    With that trade war they are up too. Guess it's the best strategy for them!

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazywhores View Post
    But if the UK government had have excluded Huawei from our 5G network then Beijing claimed it would be an 'outrage'. Hmmm, pot kettle black comes to mind.
    You do know this affects only the government side and not the private sector? And that drive to indigenous tech was caused by the preceding American ban on sale of technology to China? If the ban extends, the government needs to be sure it can keep the lights on, and reducing reliance on a volatile outside force is just common sense.

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    China should be smart and SIMPLY jump to RISC-V and forget the x86/ARM bandwagon.

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    China should be smart and SIMPLY jump to RISC-V and forget the x86/ARM bandwagon.
    I have no doubt they are doing RISC-V at the same time.

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Quote Originally Posted by Richh View Post
    @Crazywhores/@Dashers, I was going to say something similar to your two comments but there's no point when you've summed it up.
    There is no odd in saying same thing again but it must be presented in different way.

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Wow, they even ripped off the Ghost S1 case.

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    LOL where do you think the Ghost s1 is made? It sure aint a backyard garage near Paris. This is a start for them, 5years time? Good enough . Could they start selling these to impoverished 3rd world and supplanting cheap Intel,Amd .. or maybe IP not fully "legit" ?

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    Re: Zhaoxin x86 CPUs on its way to DIY enthusiast channels

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazywhores View Post
    But if the UK government had have excluded Huawei from our 5G network then Beijing claimed it would be an 'outrage'. Hmmm, pot kettle black comes to mind.
    The difference is that the UK government would be ordering _private_ companies not to buy Huawei, as opposed to operating an internal policy about what equipment it buys

    Governments issuing orders to privately run companies telling them what to do or buy or not buy seems to go against what you might call "open, free, competitive, democratic ideals" and more like old style USSR behaviour.

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