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    Phoronix: Linux 6.11 To Add Perf Support For Intel Arrow Lake & Lunar Lake

    The latest Linux kernel enablement work for upcoming Intel Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake processors is perf subsystem support...

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    I'm still quite interested in both of these. Lunar Lake being made on a leading edge TSMC node will give us an interesting comparison point to previous cores. Arrow Lake will be the first in the market to backside power delivery, giving us another interesting change for benchmarks. After that I'm hoping they can release their 18A process on time and that Qualcomm / NUVIA keep cranking out competitive designs. If AMD and Intel and Qualcomm are all executing well, we all win.

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    • #3
      im curious why intel doesn't just take some time to invest in a good architecture and then release it? it feels like reading patch notes for video games but every time they release a new processor we are expected to buy a new one. hopefully they can either get their act together or amd can finally compete..

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ol3geezer View Post
        im curious why intel doesn't just take some time to invest in a good architecture and then release it? it feels like reading patch notes for video games but every time they release a new processor we are expected to buy a new one. hopefully they can either get their act together or amd can finally compete..
        Lunar Lake is looking like a good architecture for Laptop, specially power usage looks amazing, just look for non-marketing deep dive from Intel, they added lot of good changes similar to Apple M1.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ol3geezer View Post
          im curious why intel doesn't just take some time to invest in a good architecture and then release it? it feels like reading patch notes for video games but every time they release a new processor we are expected to buy a new one. hopefully they can either get their act together or amd can finally compete..
          They can't do that, they have contracts that require them to order and take delivery of large amounts of processors within a given time frame and those contracts are negotiated years in advance so that they can get better deals.

          Companies the size of Intel have lead times measured in years, which means they tale the good with the bad and then it's up to sales to figure out how to market them.

          AMD is the same way, as is Apple and any other manufacturer.

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