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Zero Cool 01/24/2019 (Thu) 01:49:26 No. 162
>x86 installs the management engine
>x86 is dead
>Odroid cancels the N1
>no affordable high-powered ARM pc any more
>ARM is dead
Will this be the decade of RISC V?
No, long live x86-64.
Rock64Pro isn't fast enough for you?
pine64 has this "hey, whatever" attitude to fabricator companies

If I recall correctly Amlogic, Allwinner and MediaTek are American/Taiwanese instead of being dirty mainlanders
>ARM is dead
not even vaguely
Would any of this work OK with my Windows 3.1?
I know the thread was artificially turbo bumped by a janitor but the Odroid N2 got announced already
are you talking about my hard shilling work?
>board is still deader than x86
>"hard shilling work"
arm wont ever be a viable replacement for x86 if they dont get some standards to the systems. on a normal pc everything just works because it has a bios/efi. on arm you have thousands models and all of them need custom kernels and bootloaders and usually only support very few operating systems.
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It should be fine.

> power efficiency

arm is the future
Depends on what you call "high powered" and "affordable". We provide a 16Core A72 system with 32GB of RAM and 64GB of Flash for around $1500 but it is not geared towards consumers.


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