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To: neolib who wrote (42938)9/22/2021 6:36:52 PM
From: Joe NYCRead Replies (1) of 43192
 
Per area efficiency vs. big core - yea, that must be far more efficient for MT apps. And we also don't know how power efficient each is, as far as how much power per performance. I think Intel is advertising this metric to be also quite favorable to small cores..

Remember the hint that Intel might roll out a big.LITTLE device with like 32 little cores? I thought that was an error in the article, but I can see how that might be an OK design.

Kind of hard to tell how things look outside of Cinebench, in cross section of benchmarks and applications. But if they get the scheduling to work perfectly, it might be a good approach.
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