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1.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Apple M1 foreshadows Rise of RISC-V The M1 is the beginning of a paradigm shift, which will benefit RISC-V microprocessors, but not the way you think. Erik Engheim
2.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Apple M1 foreshadows Rise of RISC-V (erik-engheim.medium.com) 43 points by socialdemocrat 2 hours ago | hide | past | favorite | 23 comments: webwielder2 1 minute ago. Why do people ascribe broader ARM implications to the M1? Apple uses the ARM instruction set to make an amazing CPU. It could probably make one with the x86 set too.
3.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Micro Magic says its RISC-V core outperforms Apple M1 and Arm Cortex-A9 on CoreMarks per Watt. www.eetasia.com, Dec. 02, 2020 – . Micro Magic has introduced what it claims is the world’s fastest 64-bit RISC-V core – a device it says outperforms the Apple M1 chip and Arm Cortex-A9.
4.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
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5.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Micro Magic has introduced what it claims is the world’s fastest 64-bit RISC-V core — a device it says outperforms the Apple M1 chip and Arm Cortex-A9. The company feels it has elegantly implemented David Patterson’s original vision for the reduced instruction set computer (RISC) architecture, working comfortably within the power budgets of today’s battery-powered […]
6.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
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7.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Micro Magic says its RISC-V core outperforms Apple M1 and Arm Cortex-A9 on CoreMarks per Watt… Micro Magic has introduced what it claims is the world’s fastest 64-bit RISC-V core — a device it says outperforms the Apple M1 chip and Arm Cortex-A9.
8.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Micro Magic RISC-V Core Claims to Beat Apple M1 and Arm Cortex-A9 By Nitin Dahad 11.30.2020 0 Micro Magic has introduced what it claims is the world’s fastest 64-bit RISC-V core — a device it says outperforms the Apple M1 chip and Arm Cortex-A9.
9.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Linus did an interesting video about RISC-V yesterday. It’s got potential but it may be a tough call for Apple if they have already poured a ton of R&D into ARM. Given the investment in time and money that switching to RISC-V would entail, I’m sure Apple would want to see a bit more maturity and traction before it made such a decision.
10.Apple M1 foreshadows RISC-V
Apple M1がARM64でもここまで高速化できるという実例を示したから、ARMはもっと速くなるのがほぼ確定している。 で、次世代って何十年後やねん！ マジで俺らの子供世代には覇権とれてる予定ってこと！
1.Micro Magic claims its RISC-V chip is more efficient than Apple’s M1
The M1 explodes all the predictions in the banks confirmed in the initial use tests. The ARM is therefore making a strong comeback in the microcomputer market, and rumors are already suggesting that AMD is reactivating its own RISC-based SoC project.
Published Date: 2020-12-10T12:52:00.0000000Z
2.Probing the Apple M1’s Hidden Depths
Apple’s announcement of the M1 certainly generated some rumblings, but they were insufficient warning of the shockwaves to come. Only after products appeared in the wild and were finally subjected to benchmark testing could the M1 be fully appreciated.
Published Date: 2020-12-12T00:00:00.0000000Z
3.Apple M1 is the boost the Windows ecosystem needed: Qualcomm
With recent tests showing that putting Windows onto Apple Silicon absolutely spanks the performance currently available on Qualcomm-made processors, one could be forgiven for thinking Qualcomm was …
Published Date: 2020-12-02T05:09:00.0000000Z
4.Micro Magic RISC-V core delivers 110,000 CoreMarks/Watt
Micro Magic’s demo based on its RISC-V core running on an Odroid board (Image: Micro Magic) Previously Micro Magic had told EE Times its device outperforms the Apple M1 chip and Arm Cortex-A9, and showed a demo of the core running on an Odroid board …
Published Date: 2020-12-01T00:01:00.0000000Z
5.An Expert Explains: Here’s why the Apple M1 chip could be the start of something big
India has Shakti. Designed by IIT Madras, it is a CPU-only chip using RISC V, which is not the same RISC used by ARM. While the Apple M1 is on 5nm, Intel on 14 nm, the Shakti is on 22nm.
Published Date: 2020-11-30T03:37:00.0000000Z
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|1 Is Apple M1 really that strong? When ARM & x86 are fight to the finish! RISC-V is coming in quietly!|
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1.History of personal computers
Computers launched its Risc PC series of high-end desktop computers. The Risc PC (codenamed Medusa) was Acorn’s next generation ARM-based RISC OS computer, which…
2.Oberon (operating system)
an independent thread. RISC5, the CPU of Project Oberon 2013 based upon Wirth’s RISC architecture. Not to be confused with RISC–V. UnixAOS, Unix-based AOS…
3.History of computing hardware (1960s–present)
1980s. It was arguably the Altair computer that spawned the development of Apple, as well as Microsoft which produced and sold the Altair BASIC programming…
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