A new x86 core & SoC from VIA/Centaur

By: nonymous (nonymous.delete@this.nonymous.nonymous), November 24, 2019 2:44 am
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The pre-release VIA Nano numbers would've made VIA a household name if they were real. Are these numbers as fake as the VIA Nano numbers?

Gabriele Svelto (gabriele.svelto.delete@this.gmail.com) on November 19, 2019 6:14 am wrote:
> https://centtech.com/ai-technology/
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> The announcement is a bit light on details but here's what's available:
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  • 8 cores plus wide SIMD accelerator for AI tasks

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  • AVX2 support

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  • 2.5GHz clock

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  • 16MiB L3

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  • 4 DDR4 memory channels

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  • 44 PCIe lanes

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