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Inside Intel's Next Generation Microarchitecture 116

Posted by CowboyNeal
from the tiny-big-ideas dept.
Overly Critical Guy writes "Arstechnica has the technical scoop on Intel's next-generation Core chips. As other architectures move away from out-of-order execution, the from-scratch Core fully adopts it, optimizing as much code as possible in silicon, and relies on transistor size decreases--Moore's Law--for scalability."
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Inside Intel's Next Generation Microarchitecture

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  • by Timex (11710) * <smithadmin&gmail,com> on Thursday April 06, 2006 @09:49PM (#15081895) Journal
    It's like a landmark-- "Surf until you get to a geekish news site with anti-Microsoft bent and a couple dupes on the front page. When you get there, you're on Slashdot."
  • by lordsid (629982) on Thursday April 06, 2006 @10:08PM (#15081967)
    The real problem with dupes isn't the fact that there are the same two articles on the front page, nor the whines that come from it, or even the whitty banter chidding the mods.

    If I see an article I've already read at the top of the page I QUIT READING.

    This has happened to me several times over the number of years I've read this site. Then I end up coming back and realizing it was a dupe and that I missed several interesting articles inbetween.

    SO FOR THE LOVE OF GOD READ YOUR OWN WEBSITE.
  • Re:Israel (Score:0, Insightful)

    by Anonymous Coward on Thursday April 06, 2006 @10:23PM (#15082032)
    Ummm. I think Israel probably has more PHd's per capita than any other country in the world. I also think that it is very possible that with a population of 7million highly educated people there could be plenty of brilliant chip designers in Israel.

    Oh and ever hear of a Checkpoint Firewall?

    Parent post smacks of anti-semitism.
  • Re:Israel (Score:3, Insightful)

    by xenn (148389) on Friday April 07, 2006 @12:11AM (#15082237)
    Parent post smacks of anti-semitism.

    no it doesn't. only mentions country - not culture. are you suggesting that only semites live in Israel? or maybe only semites could obtain PHD's in Israel?

    I think your reference to semitism is plain OOO .

    actually, your "joke" about a checkpoint firewall actually infers racism.

  • by hobotron (891379) on Friday April 07, 2006 @12:55AM (#15082399)


    Alright mod me offtopic, but if /. just took the beta tags and if dupe showed up after a certain number of tags, or however they calculate it, have the story minimize to the non popular story size thats in between main stories, I dont want dupes deleted but this would be a simple soultion that would get them out of the limelight.

  • Re:Israel (Score:2, Insightful)

    by jawtheshark (198669) * <slashdot@nospam.jawtheshark.com> on Friday April 07, 2006 @03:14AM (#15082752) Homepage Journal
    I read that the main problem in the US is that science/math is considered unsexy. Most students want to go into business or law, because that's where the money is made. I guess it is a result of being an extremely capitalist society.

    One odd thing is that the US imports many scientists with attractive grants, resulting in an exodus from European scientists (probably from other countries too, I just know Europe). Of course, since the eleventh september, getting a visa has become hard and thus less scientists are imported, which could result in a downfall of the science contributions from US.
    That said: being a scientist in Europe is hard too because the lack of money. That's probably a result of being a socialist society ;-)

    I guess there has to be a middle way between the two systems.

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