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    Qualcomm's Apple M1 challenger will reach laptops next year

    Nuvia-based processors might be a worry for AMD, Intel, and other laptop chipmakers.
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    Re: Qualcomm's Apple M1 challenger will reach laptops next year

    By next year we'll likely be seeing m2 and m1x chips.....so it better be something special.

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    Re: Qualcomm's Apple M1 challenger will reach laptops next year

    I thought for one brief second,the UK and US had made a new MBT,then realised Qualcomm didn't make them.


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    Re: Qualcomm's Apple M1 challenger will reach laptops next year

    Should end everyone bleating about how good the M1 is
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    Re: Qualcomm's Apple M1 challenger will reach laptops next year

    The whole Nuvia purchase is all rather embarrassing for Qualcomm's native CPU design skills, but like AMD buying NextGen after the failure of the K5.
    Going from using generic ARM (slightly customised hence Qualcomm calling them Kryo) to a custom CPU is a big step after Qualcomm pulled the plug in their former CPU teams. (They did keep the Adreno team for their GPUs which they bought of AMD way back when (Adreno is an anagram of Radeon)).
    M1 has a huge lead at the moment but cache and memory system might get Qualcomm far closer as long as they are willing to through transistors (and hence margins) at the problem.

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