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    Could AMD A6-9220C be an SoC candidate?

    While everyone else was waiting for Zen 2 and Navi, AMD got my attention by releasing two Chromebook oriented SoCs; the A4-9120C and the A6-9220C. Both are 6W TDP parts (OMAP5432 seems to be configurable as 3W or 6W?) and have full fledged x86 cores with GCN graphics. Linux support could...
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    It is happening: 10 nanometer Chip technology is here

    disclaimer: The power consumption comes mostly from the screen background leds. So, in 2014 ARM released the A15 (28mn) technology. Which was available one year later to non-insiders. Look at the power reduction... And now, in 2017 Artemis arrives on 10nm, and look at the sustainable burst...
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    Qualcomm SoCs and SBCs

    Hey all, I just noticed on the Wikipedia page for the Adreno GPU that Freedreno supports full OpenGL (up to 3.1) on a variety of different Qualcomm SoCs. There are even some commercially available SBC computers from Qualcomm. I'm posting out of ignorance and curiosity - both about how viable...
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