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Old March 31st, 2013, 03:29 PM   #42 (permalink)
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The key bottleneck issue is usually the memory channel and the stack/register algorithm used to minimize bottlenecks. Case in point is the Tegra 3, since they built a fast engine (chipset) into a car with bald tires (memory channel).

Any bottleneck along the process chain is same result- a bottleneck. The new Sammy chip apparently has to juggle between two quad cores,...
Interesting statement. Since the two quad cores are there for different situations - processing power vs battery, the moment you start using cpu intensive apps it will use the faster cpu and have no reason to switch until you are done. Do you think you will be able to notice the moment of switching and treat that as a slow down?
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