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    Phoronix: Huawei Announces Kunpeng 920 As "Highest Performance ARM CPU"

    Huawei announced today the Kunpeng 920, which they are saying is the highest performance ARM-based processor to date...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...ei-Kunpeng-920

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    Can it do SMS?

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      I didn't know the RoCE acronym.
      Can you use the <abbr> element in the articles?

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        How much will it boost for benchmarking before it thermally throttles.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Pepec9124 View Post
          How much will it boost for benchmarking before it thermally throttles.
          Presumably none as you'd actively cool this in a temperature controlled DC.

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            I'm looking forward to when you can buy a high spec Arm-based linux workstation or small business server for under US$500 equiv. At the moment there's a huge jump from the sub US$80 raspberry-pi-like boards and the server class Arm boards mentioned in this article.
            linux addict, got the scars, the grey beard and the t-shirt.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by speculatrix View Post
              I'm looking forward to when you can buy a high spec Arm-based linux workstation or small business server for under US$500 equiv. At the moment there's a huge jump from the sub US$80 raspberry-pi-like boards and the server class Arm boards mentioned in this article.
              I feel your pain!! If they cut the number of cores in half and upped the clocks to say 4GHz this would be one nice workstation processor. What is strange is that we have all these companies going after the server market with these chips but not apparently thinking about the potential in the workstation market. You would think that they would go after a bit of volume simply to underwrite the development costs.

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              • #8
                How much CPU does it use when the Chinese government uses the yet unknown brand new speculative vulnerabilities in the processor to read your passwords / private key from ram

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by phoronix View Post
                  Phoronix: Huawei Announces Kunpeng 920 As "Highest Performance ARM CPU"
                  Of course they say it's the fastest, because that was part of the current 5-year plan and if the speed didn't take a great leap forward the solution would be a single bullet to the back of the head and your organs are harvested for the more-equal to prosper from. Understand, benchmark results are irrelevant to the truth so don't even bother testing.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by bregma View Post
                    Of course they say it's the fastest, because that was part of the current 5-year plan and if the speed didn't take a great leap forward the solution would be a single bullet to the back of the head and your organs are harvested for the more-equal to prosper from. Understand, benchmark results are irrelevant to the truth so don't even bother testing.
                    Independently reproducible benchmarks results are relevant. Otherwise, agreed.

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